Translation of mainstream in Spanish:

mainstream

corriente dominante, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmeɪnˌstrim//ˈmeɪnstriːm/

noun

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    corriente dominante feminine
    línea central feminine
    her work is outside the mainstream of modern literary criticism su obra no está dentro de la corriente dominante de la crítica literaria actual
    • Crucially, these ideas were not developed in the mainstream of political discourse but on the margins and then popularised.
    • We predict whether the mainstream will adapt those attitudes or not.
    • I don't think they want a major confrontation when they are desperate to enter the mainstream of politics.
    • There's a lot of symbiosis between the activists and the mainstream.
    • By leaving the GOP, Buchanan marginalized himself from the mainstream of American politics.
    • He has a special interest in attempting to convey academic ideas to the mainstream, perhaps through print journalism.
    • Penrose veers into irony in the lengths to which he goes to point out where his ideas deviate from the mainstream.
    • What this means is that only certain people can find a forum for their ideas in the mainstream and media.
    • Before computers entered the mainstream, talented programmers were rare.
    • In fact, Linux is nowhere near the mainstream of computer desktop operating systems.
    • Prior to independence, tropical forest foragers remained outside the mainstream of society and politics.
    • Education policy often leads the way to integrate new ideas into the mainstream.
    • The problem is, the ideas push into the mainstream of politics, and here we have a problem.
    • These attitudes place you outside the mainstream markets we wish to service.
    • The overwhelming message carried by the mainstream is that corporate activities are largely benign and certainly not worth systematic investigation.
    • We know blogging has hit the mainstream for sure when companies are trying to make a profit on what started as a grass-roots effort.
    • But this year the list is five years old, and Porter's ideas have joined the mainstream.
    • As they point out, the disease of neo-conservatism is more in the mainstream of American politics than many would like to admit.
    • If you can't, it only indicates the extent to which your views are way out of the mainstream of American politics.
    • Its attitudes to women also place it outside the mainstream.

adjective

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    (culture) establecido
    (ideology) dominante
    a candidate who can represent mainstream society/America un candidato que represente al ciudadano/americano medio
    • mainstream politics la política a nivel de los partidos mayoritarios
    • I decided to try something a little more mainstream decidí probar algo un poco más convencional
    • It's clear that working people no longer have a voice in mainstream politics in this country.
    • In today's age, many of those beliefs are in some ways formed or influenced via the mainstream media.
    • Both came from mainstream ranching traditions and initially recoiled at the new philosophy.
    • In online interviews, some point to a feeling of alienation from mainstream organized religion.
    • Corn argues that much of the fault belongs to the mainstream media, which is loath to call any president a liar.
    • The things in this bill are absolutely mainstream in modern transport planning.
    • But when mainstream, everyday Americans became opposed to the Vietnam War, it stopped.
    • But they want to lead people back to the passivity and compromise of mainstream politics.
    • You want your technology to become mainstream as fast as possible so that you can, in effect, share development costs.
    • You're certainly not an indie or alternative artist, but you're not completely about to take over mainstream music either.
    • In short, modern mainstream economics is in a state of total confusion.
    • And this is a play, daring though it may be, that belongs in a mainstream house.
    • Traditional French staples, including baguettes, are mainstream in the cities.
    • As the 70s dawned, mainstream black music made those sentiments explicit.
    • Taylor doesn't expect blue laser technology to become mainstream until around 2008.
    • You will almost never hear any American political figure described by the mainstream media as belonging the left wing.
    • The recent European elections revealed a deep disaffection with mainstream politics.
    • It has, therefore, created its own icons, which apparently have to be those good-looking mainstream artists.
    • Analysts and IT boffins are confident that the technology is going to be mainstream before very long.
    • But Boyle could never get enthused about mainstream politics.