Translation of portmanteau in Spanish:

portmanteau

baúl de viaje, n.

Pronunciation /ˌpɔrtˈmæntoʊ//pɔːtˈmantəʊ/

noun

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    baúl de viaje masculine
    • He has already committed to shooting one third of the portmanteau film Eros, with directors he was worked with before.
    • In opposition to society-level explanations, Sanderson introduces the portmanteau notion of individual-level ‘human needs.’
    • To narrow this portmanteau question down to discussion size, I will focus here on some of the issues television opens up concerning the aesthetics of a specific genre that has its roots firmly in the movies.
    • A good game to play while watching portmanteau horror films is in spotting the famous actors, as well as those hardy character actors who crop up again and again.
    • The ergonomist must understand all of the demands being made on the person, and the likely effects of any changes to these - the techniques which enable him to do this come under the portmanteau label of ‘job and task analysis’.
    • There is a conscious, even contrived lack of consequence to this Argentinian portmanteau movie using non-professionals, about three individuals making their vulnerable way across Patagonia.
    • As a result Film Ing would be more appropriately described as a portmanteau movie, each part of which narrates a different story such as romance, travelogue and so on.
    • Shot on digital video, this juxtaposes the lives of three women in a portmanteau movie which arguably goes about its business with less fuss than The Hours.
    • A similar memory even emerges of one of those old portmanteau horror films: the actor in a studio-built crypt, dressed in a monk's habit, listening to the ghoulish confessions of damned souls.
    • What was presumably intended as a multi-layered portmanteau pic was thus boiled down into only two episodes.
    • This portmanteau movie is a companion piece to the one that appeared here in September.
    • Granger and Newbold caution against the exclusive reliance on the portmanteau tests for model adequacy.
    • Hampson has an attractive stage presence, but I sometimes think that he comes complete with a rather portmanteau interpretation.
    • I blame much of this stagnation on the label itself, a clunky portmanteau that suggests the collision rather than integration of ‘folk’ and ‘electronic’ music.
    • The proliferation of portmanteau disciplines - astrophysics, biochemistry and so on - suggests that this single-parent principle is under strain.
    • This film is only one of several portmanteau documentaries from post-war France; each, in turn, describes an ecology premised on expedient, routine slaughter.
    • Herrera's portmanteau style and ludic impulse constitute a form of visual jabberwocky, in which the familiar is confidently manipulated and destabilized.
    • Hemphill is actually surprisingly handsome, with startlingly blue eyes and an odd portmanteau accent that belies his formative years in Canada after being born in Glasgow.
    • The gritty pulp atmosphere, expressed through the severely limited palette, as well as the Gilliamesque portmanteau technology, makes Detective Story one of the most visually arresting films I've seen this year.
    • The handbook is a portmanteau category that covers the contemporary publications of sporting bodies, professional and trade associations, churches, universities, etc.