Translation of podium in Spanish:


estrado, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpoʊdiəm//ˈpəʊdɪəm/


  • 1

    estrado masculine
    podio masculine
    • One needs only to imagine the American professor standing at the podium before a Muslim audience.
    • Ian Thorpe stood atop the victory podium in Barcelona today as the first swimmer in history to win the same event at three consecutive world titles.
    • Chloe stood there watching the podium where James had just given his speech.
    • A seemingly proud Hilary Modeste stood at the podium to deliver his speech for the evening.
    • When the time arrived for Buck to give his speech, he made his way to the podium and faced the audience.
    • Scott is now taking the podium to call the audience to order.
    • Indeed, the representatives from Limerick city and county stood on the one podium to officially launch details of the show at Greenmount Racecourse this week.
    • This episode was not played centre stage but on a small podium installed near the audience.
    • That would be a good speech from the podium during an election campaign, but certainly does not stand up to scrutiny in this place.
    • She said there has been nothing akin to the feeling she had when she was standing on the podium and hearing NZ's national anthem being played.
    • Standing on the podium in ninth place, Gilmour counted her blessings that she could race in the 15 km Easter Weekend hill climb at all.
    • He leans into his audience from the podium and glares into the lens.
    • He said he had agonized over whether he should stand on the podium to address the rally until an hour before the speech.
    • To keep the detailed and rather intense lecture from getting monotonous, a group seated beside the podium stood up at intervals and read section from the poet's works.
    • The two were standing on podiums on a stage at the front of the venue when Tyson suddenly walked across to Lewis and appeared to throw a punch at a man standing close to the Briton causing a fight involving around 20 other men to break out.
    • Change does not come from above: it's not the result of speeches from podiums - it's the outcome of the way people conduct their lives.
    • Urchins with candles preceded them to the Place du Panthéon, where they spread out around speakers standing on a makeshift podium.
    • It has been acknowledged that the President has done rather better at the podium than his many speech critics recognise.
    • Outrageously, you stand there on the podium to make the ultimate speech to thank all of them for everything they have done for you.
    • Standing on the podium in Transport House, Westminster, Campbell was immaculately dressed as ever in a blue silk tie, light blue cotton shirt and pressed suit.
  • 2

    (for column)
    podio masculine
    • The walls and the podiums were made of some kind of shiny metallic, silver alloy.
    • Two glazed lifts transport visitors up from an exhibition space in the tower's podium to an elevated cabin with spectacular citywide views.
    • We ended up building on a podium on the west side.
    • Extensive stores, laboratories and curatorial offices occupy most of a ground floor podium.
    • Marcus says his team went through structural gymnastics to get the tower loads through the podium to foundations.
    • The sphere hovers over a glazed pit, in which a museum is being created; a separate entrance leads down to both planetarium and museum from the podium.
    • Beautiful materials are used: in the podium the concrete beams are clad in mullions of black Argentine granite enclosing fillets of white Sicilian marble.
    • The clean lines of the rectilinear podium maintain a relationship with the low-rise, urban fabric of the city.
    • With the exception of the lowest level - where the concrete forms a stepped podium for the building - it is clad with metal and glass.
    • Immediately ahead, a large New Zealand flag flutters above the podium of a modern building on the corner of the Haymarket.
    • In technical terms the house is an open column-and-beam pavilion standing on a solid podium.
    • In the foreground there were screens of columns standing on a projecting podium and supporting an entablature.
  • 3US

    atril masculine
    • The same short, pudgy, women walked up to the podium, leaving her seat empty.
    • A tall, attractive black woman rose from her seat and walked to a small podium equipped with presentation controls.
    • My hands felt the sides of the microphone and I fingered the wooden podium.
    • I had already smoothed my speech out on the podium in front of me twice.
    • Four girls approached the podium excitedly and one stepped up to the microphone.
    • The hostess nodded and motioned for them to follow her, moving from the podium, past two tables of diners and to a small two person table.
    • Chuck War stood and approached the podium to respectful applause from the Assembly.
    • At the start, Miller's victory was not assured - in fact, it seemed a long shot to many who had watched her pound podiums and insult fellow lawmakers.
    • Richard took a seat at the front while Clancy moved behind a podium and began talking.
    • In addition to making frequent media appearances, he is a regular on the lecture circuit, sharing podiums with the likes of George Bush and Colin Powell.
    • The professor had shopped for more conventionally built podiums but was intent on finding something more unusual and keeping his office decor consistent.
    • This report has a little something for everyone, ideas that many space advocates, including yours truly, have been pounding the podiums in favor of, for many, many years.
    • I remember going to a branding seminar many years ago where we had six podiums, with six speakers, including Peter Haines, who was CEO at the time.
    • Stepping aside to allow the president through, Cindy Collins took her seat in a folding chair behind the podium.
    • He kissed his wife and took her place behind the podium while she took her seat again.
    • We took our seats in the chairs provided, and up to the podium came our ‘valedictorian,’ Lisa.
    • Instead of leafing through the racks of clothing, she found a catalogue of the various cuts and fashions situated on helpful podiums stationed around the store, and began flipping through its pages.
    • The podium provided some support for him and he leaned against it heavily, trying to find what exactly he was supposed to be speaking into.
    • There was a desk, some chairs, a podium, and a screen on the back wall.
    • Lt. Nalley rose from his seat and walked to the podium, resting his hands on either side of it and lowering his face to the microphone.