Translation of poet in Spanish:

poet

poeta, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈpəʊɪt//ˈpoʊət/

noun

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    (masculine and feminine) poeta masculine
    poeta masculine
    poetisa feminine
    • It's an observed phenomenon that some poets go on writing wonderful poems right into a really advanced age.
    • The radio play became an art form in its own right and attracted novelists and poets as well as dramatists.
    • Being everywhere at once while going nowhere in particular is what poets do, and Yeats did it.
    • The failed poet writes short stories, and the failed short story writer writes novels.
    • I'm tempted to say that we have a good number of poets who can write but cannot read.
    • Some were written by well-known romantic poets in the nineteenth century.
    • The two are linked by Heinrich Heine, the German poet whose writing spawned them.
    • Novelists, poets and playwrights all see such biographers as parasites.
    • Arab poets wrote better romantic poetry than Rimbaud and Verlaine as long ago as the tenth century.
    • During the nineteenth century almost all poets wrote poetry in dramatic form.
    • A collection of poems by Indian poets has just been translated and published in Taiwan.
    • Wordsworth has been transformed by literary theory from a poet of nature to a key figure of modernity.
    • They play a significant and neglected part in the way poets write and readers read.
    • Again the essays by poets confirm this endless struggle to complete a poem.
    • It is in order to write that so many poets have tried to live the reveries of opium.
    • Few poets write more than a handful of great poems, which is why the same ones keep cropping up.
    • The poet is trying to write a poem but he does not know what he is trying to say until he has said it and recognised it.
    • Picturing the unknown, they acted like novelists or poets, inviting readers to imagine hidden worlds.
    • The Index reveals an alternative literary canon of the poets most widely read in printed miscellanies.
    • The cumulative effect of these descent scenes is to establish Spenser as the poet of initiations.