Translation of quintessential in Spanish:

quintessential

por excelencia, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌkwɪn(t)əˈsɛn(t)ʃəl//ˌkwɪntɪˈsɛnʃ(ə)l/

adjective

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    por excelencia
    por antonomasia
    the quintessential gentleman el caballero por excelencia / antonomasia
    • Symbolically, his roles represented the quintessential dissident.
    • The first movie, made in 1969, was the quintessential British caper film of the 1960s.
    • We shall consider each in turn and then discuss the quintessential example of the problem.
    • Whatever his faults and many quirks, Monty is the quintessential team player.
    • I believe Antonio is the quintessential Montrealer because Montreal is a quirky city.
    • They have been described as the quintessential English pop group, with a string of hits bemoaning late-teen angst.
    • My visit to this restaurant represented the quintessential contemporary Irish dining experience.
    • I suppose the waterfront dispute is the quintessential example, but that is only one amongst many.
    • These comprise the quintessential sights and sounds of Maritime coastal communities.
    • John properly described Bill as the quintessential English gentleman and he will be much missed by everyone.
    • So any mandatory reading list for young women should include at least one quintessential guy book.
    • The first point that should be made about Collins is that he is the quintessential army man.
    • It is also the ideal place to go for a quintessential English-style tea.
    • He is the quintessential storyteller, who likes to write his tale and have it read.
    • With knock-knees and pigeon toes, he was not your quintessential runner, but he trained like a demon.
    • The quintessential banned record: its notoriety took it to number one.
    • He is the quintessential tragic music teacher, wild hair and too many kittens.