Translation of machinations in Spanish:


maquinaciones, n.

Pronunciation /makɪˈneɪʃ(ə)nz/

plural noun


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    maquinaciones feminine
    intrigas feminine
    • It neither dismisses nor lingers indulgently on the love story and the machinations of plot.
    • But Hollinghurst doesn't rely on tabloid-inspired plot machinations to keep the book's engine ticking.
    • It's a testimony to them that the show has held up and held on as well as it has, even with all the recycled and silly plot machinations.
    • The air in political circles here is heavy with talk of machinations and manoeuvrings, all executed with an eye to the future.
    • Both reader and character are united in unease at Kindersley's plot machinations.
    • Albarn is a lifelong supporter of the group but the continued political machinations within the movement is another source of frustration for him.
    • Indeed, Furedi explained, the problem went far beyond the electoral machinations of political party machines.
    • I also had this thought that the actual structure and machinations of the story were really good, because I really didn't know what was going to happen.
    • There are many fabulous details that the public, steeped in the hyper-marketed machinations of the dream machine, now claim as their own.
    • Are you surprised at all these legal machinations still continuing?
    • It is also important to remember that political manoeuvres and machinations can fail.
    • That organisation would have to operate independently from the plans or the political machinations of any foreign powers.
    • Hoffman's tale of the oligarchs' rise through ehborate Ponzi schemes and backroom machinations is dizzying.
    • The long preview I saw had Fenn in an Arkham basement plotting evil machinations, or something.
    • Acts 2 and 3 are a bit more contrived in their plot machinations but still hilarious.
    • I love it when third parties confirm my evil machinations have gone to plan.
    • No sooner had the lights gone out than there were mumblings of sabotage, some kind of conspiracy, foul play, under-hand machinations.
    • Due to some unforeseen plot machination, your character is washed up on the beach of a tropical desert island.
    • The machinations of the plot, of course, might be hard to follow if they weren't so meaningless.
    • The plot evolves from her machinations; he's only along for the ride.