Translation of nuance in Spanish:


matiz, n.

Pronunciation /ˈn(j)uˌɑns//ˈnjuːɑːns/


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    matiz masculine
    • The new animation done specifically for this release captures every nuance of the series.
    • What other moods and emotional nuances are portrayed by the rapper actors?
    • Understanding such cultural nuances is important and can avoid unfortunate mishaps.
    • Cultural nuances play a roll in the use and acceptance of communications technologies in Asia.
    • On the other hand, lust so drives men that they have difficulty understanding the emotional nuances of love.
    • You can savor delicate musical nuances without disturbing others.
    • It's not a point of view I've ever heard before, and I may not entirely have got the subtler nuances of it.
    • Corporate and government leaders can't grasp the nuances of a process - they have no idea.
    • Silence here is related to nuances of meaning and shifts in a writer's focus.
    • He joined Barista as a brew master and soon mastered the finer nuances of coffee.
    • To them, I say, you obviously don't appreciate the subtle comedic nuances of Question Time.
    • But for Judaism, the Hebrew Bible cannot be properly understood without grasping the nuances of its original language.
    • Students also appreciated the added nuances and inflections of meaning that are possible in speech.
    • With her full concentration on her subject, she caught little nuances those with pads or recorders missed.
    • In short, he's learning subtle nuances.
    • Rather, he is a musician's musician, one who harvests a composition for its intimacy and expressive nuance.
    • He needs to get a little bigger, but he understands the nuances of a difficult position.
    • There is no nuance to her character, no secret artistic passion or deep personal pain.
    • Where can they find people who understand the culture, down to its finest nuances?
    • Well, I don't think the objection captures the nuance of the Catholic position.