Translation of panache in Spanish:


garbo, n.

Pronunciation /pəˈnæʃ//pəˈnɑʃ//pəˈnaʃ/


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    garbo masculine
    salero masculine
    • Fierce narrative inventions combine and collide with stylistic panache.
    • Fashion is about fun, style, panache, and feeling good about yourself.
    • Flaws cannot be concealed by style and panache.
    • It covers a little-known subject with style and panache rather than strict historical accuracy.
    • What the movie does do, is move quickly with a great deal of style and panache.
    • It just confirms what local men in the know have always stressed - Kerry women have few equals when it comes to style and panache.
    • They enthralled the crowds night after night, giving them expert entertainment with real style and pure panache.
    • True enough, City perhaps failed to match the style and panache they had displayed just days earlier against Crewe.
    • You just have to admire a guy who brings style and panache to the otherwise drab world of bank robbery.
    • After a less than convincing start, she batted with style and panache to completely alter the course of the game.
    • Lang achieves his vision with panache, verve and high style.
    • But it was done with enough panache to give one confidence that our world may be unfolding as it should.
    • Hutch addressed all of these challenges with his characteristic enthusiasm, energy and panache.
    • Although saddled with a convoluted plot, he has invested his film with enough grit, panache and edgy style to make it thoroughly gripping.
    • With her typical panache and literary style, the author comes at the serial killer genre from a new angle.
    • Think of good Irish food, all local produce, being cooked with flair, enthusiasm and panache.
    • Smith relied heavily on stylized dialogue, while his visuals show no style or panache at all.
    • It is cute, astute, cerebral football, a mirror image of their studious manager though with an added dash of style and panache.
    • Yes, it is still the capital of North African style and panache.
    • The book teems with passion and panache and is graced with an authoritative yet absorbing style.