Translation of namecheck in Spanish:

namecheck

comprobación de la documentación, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈneɪmˌtʃɛk//ˈneɪmtʃɛk/

noun

  • 1

    (of credentials)
    comprobación de la documentación feminine
  • 2

    (mention)
    mención feminine
    referencia feminine
    • If your question is picked, you win a signed poster from the girls themselves and a namecheck on the CD!
    • And thanks for the namecheck and everything on that fortnight dating theory, but I never said that.
    • If you want to win a flippant and pointless namecheck in my blog please tell me: what is this building pictured below?
    • I'm off to turn on Radio 4 and listen out for a namecheck.
    • The fact that I focused on soaring house prices, vibrant nightlife, and beacon primary schools ensured that I didn't earn one quote or namecheck in the next day's papers.
    • The Greens got a namecheck, but other doors looked open.
    • Of course, on the other hand, we might get bored and drop the whole contest, but we'll give a namecheck and plug to all the entries.
    • If you know me and you want a namecheck too, just send me five crisp £10 notes in a sealed envelope and I'll do the rest.
    • So does the faded Hollywood actor know about his namecheck?
    • While we're in the Philly area, it keeps occurring to me that he seems to get a lot of namechecks yet I've never investigated his music.
    • The first namecheck in pop, surely, for the rival Yorkshire town.
    • Oh - and if you hear anything you think I might like, I would love if you gave me a heads up, either through the gift of mp3 or simply a namecheck.
    • Wonder when that last got a namecheck in the paper?

transitive verb

  • 1

    mencionar
    hacer referencia a
    referirse a