Translation of exit line in Spanish:

exit line

mutis, n.

noun

  • 1

    (in acting)
    mutis masculine
    • Cinema historians will be thrilled to know there is finally an exit line to top Orson Welles's immortal ‘Rosebud…’ at the end of Citizen Kane.
    • Almost equally valuable is their conscious retention of the subjunctive in Richard's exit line at the climax of IV.iii, ‘My wounds are inward.’
    • The film is worth viewing if only for her exit line in one scene, ‘I moonlight as a shrine maiden.’
  • 2

    (remark)
    salida feminine
    • He had sat staring after her, agape for a few long moments after she delivered that perfect exit line and sashayed out of the bar.
    • Feeling this a fitting exit line, she turned from me, collected her coat that hung over the back of a chair and walked to the door.
    • With that echoing exit line, he spun on his heel and disappeared into shadow.
    • I'm trying to come up with a more original exit line.
    • The world watching the broadcasts, however, saw a shrunken old man whose exit line - ‘God willing, I will come back’ - seemed unlikely to be fulfilled.
    • Before they could react, the distinguished guest broke the tension by an exit line which would do any great actor proud; ‘Don't be alarmed, Mr. Chairman, I did the same thing to Stalin and the Pope’.
    • And with that grand exit line, I stepped out of the car.
    • I turned to my sons with what I was sure would be our exit line - ‘It is your choice whether or not you want to spend your money here’.
    • ‘I am just going outside and may be some time’ must be the most famous exit line in the world, quoted almost daily.
    • This doesn't seem like an exit line; he seems to really mean it.
    • If ever there was an exit line Justin just heard it and that didn't make him feel any better because he wanted to get along with his mother.
    • ‘By the way,’ the patient adds, as I try for a discreet exit line, ‘Could you get one of the nurses to pick up my bedpan?’
    • Next time, I was going to have to think of another exit line.