Translation of pathos in Spanish:

pathos

patetismo, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈpeɪˌθɑs//ˈpeɪθɒs/

noun

  • 1

    patetismo masculine
    • Filled with pathos and grandeur, they demand to be seen in the flesh.
    • His eventual realisation that his life has been a series of failures is a rare moment of genuine pathos.
    • It had laughs and characters, and moments of what could almost be called pathos.
    • The play itself had some great lines of wit but also lines of great pathos.
    • He gives humanity and pathos to a character that a lesser actor might turn into a complete buffoon.
    • The blend of pathos and grandeur in the image might even be said to do justice to its subject.
    • The pathos of the scene against the background of Christmas cheer gives the film an unusual power.
    • This play strikes a balance between comedy and pathos which rings true of life's mixed blessings.
    • He has a genius for creating emotional drama that is devoid of pathos.
    • He combines the right amount of pathos, surrealism and humour to make the script work.
    • These were comedians whose work was steeped in social commentary and rich with pathos.
    • The pathos in the play struck the small group, which watched it with rapt attention.
    • They present a perfect blend of pathos, wonder, derision, fear, disgust and fury.
    • They have a perfect blend of humour, poignancy, pathos and a social message.
    • It is astonishing that so much pathos can be wrung from the fate of a toy.
    • At the very least, he needs to have some pathos to show one or two human qualities.
    • The novel begins as a rather classical tale of pathos and becomes an inquiry into storytelling itself.
    • But these moments of pathos are redundant in what is probably the most breathlessly exuberant movie yet made.
    • The poise and pathos of the music remains the same, but its as if it's passed into another language.
    • Here at last we have all the drama, tragedy, pathos and humour those courtroom appearances produced.