Translation of pundit in Spanish:


experto, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpəndət//ˈpʌndɪt/


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    experto masculine
    experta feminine
    entendido masculine
    entendida feminine
    • He gets the chance to take part in a radio discussion with two deputies and a political pundit.
    • Political and media pundits have struggled to define this latest violent episode.
    • If consultancy fees that substantially add to a pundit's income are going to become commonplace we need a new set of habits.
    • The nitwit concerned is a TV pundit and author of a textbook widely used in American universities.
    • Since the war began he has become a regular pundit offering his opinion on American foreign policy.
    • Some pundits argue that if the economy remains in good shape, Labour is home and dry.
    • According to political pundits, we can expect a general election in early May.
    • Some pundits advise investors never to buy expensive shares if they want a peaceful night's sleep.
    • However, some of the most insightful comments have come from pundits at home.
    • Newspaper columnists and media pundits do not necessarily degrade standards of public debate.
    • He is a columnist and a pundit who is trying to leverage the information for his political point of view.
    • Quite reassuring is the fact that all political pundits are unanimous over one point.
    • Why do the bulk of press gallery pundits catch the political diseases from the parties?
    • After the game the vast majority of experts and pundits were gushing in their praise of the official.
    • Various political pundits are coming out assessing how it must have affected his job.
    • Many economic pundits had been predicting a recovery in spending in the latter part of this year.
    • Should your life's pursuit be that of a pundit, you might start by studying economics.
    • Even mainstream political pundits have been forced to sit up and take notice of a new force emerging on the left.
    • Meanwhile my reputation as a political pundit continued to grow by leaps and bounds.
    • The pundits frequently suggest that Currie are a side who are not capable of winning the league.