Translation of finale in Spanish:

finale

final, n.

Pronunciation /fɪˈnɑːleɪ//fɪˈnɑːli//fəˈnæli//fəˈnɑli/

noun

  • 1

    Music
    final masculine
    • However, the inevitable parental reconciliation at the finale is a piece of moralising too far.
    • The day's activities will culminate as usual with a fireworks finale at dusk.
    • In a series that's known for it's exciting and dramatic season finales, this one is only middling, but it's still very very good.
    • It was a dramatic finale and set the tone for another truly memorable fortnight of sporting action.
    • The stage is awash with sparkling color as performers gather for the grand finale.
    • All of the finales skip along with the kind of sparkling momentum which makes foot-tapping so hard to resist.
    • The two finales commence in a very assertive mood, always generating that kind of exciting energy which finally leads to a rousing and brilliant conclusion.
    • It has tutus and classroom steps, and it made a bright finale for the evening.
    • But their rivalry is too much for them and the tension rises into a dramatic finale.
    • Roy's performances, especially the finales, were not for the faint-hearted but the rest of us found them frankly exhilarating, and so did our audiences.
    • The event will have a musical finale with a performance from singer Irene Perveen.
    • There's something of an acid wit to these finales.
    • Her histrionics, brilliant timing and musical leadership - especially in the finales - capture the audience's rapt attention.
    • We have included some photos of the models participating in the competition and rely on your support as well as media coverage to the run-up of the event as well as seeing you at the grand finales on 31 August 2001.
    • His discomfiture was to prove the difference between the sides when the dramatic finale was played out.
    • The concluding second movement maintains Stock's penchant for slow, deeply melancholy finales.
    • That set the teams up for the dramatic finale with only a single point separating them.
    • For example, both finales use a slow introduction to usher in the faster movement proper.
    • As for drummer Fredrik Sandsten, suffice it to say he took the Moon references to another level with a much bigger kit, flying around the tom-toms and engaging in fierce double-bass song finales.
    • The Festival will end with a rousing finale on Saturday with music from the New Riverside Jazz Band.
  • 2

    Theatre
    apoteosis feminine
  • 3

    (grand finish)
    apoteosis feminine
    final triunfal masculine