Translation of raconteur in Spanish:


anecdotista, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌrakɒnˈtəː//ˌrɑˌkɑnˈtər/


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    (masculine and feminine) anecdotista
    he's a good raconteur sabe contar anécdotas
    • Tiernan performs with the casual ease of a natural raconteur, but the appearance belies an almost fretful perfectionism.
    • He was an active and knowledgeable gardener and he remained a highly competitive bridge player and an excellent raconteur of amusing medical reminiscences.
    • He is an engaging raconteur, and the narrative offers a wealth of information on both past and present conditions in this part of the world.
    • And in an age when hairdressing salons are a bit like assembly lines it's refreshing to meet a real raconteur and bon viveur.
    • A gifted raconteur, he was born to talk, to entertain, to lose the plot, to start again, to regale you with tales from one of the fullest lives a human being could ever live.
    • Mark is quite the raconteur once he relaxes a bit.
    • My brother, being the great raconteur that he is, would entertain us with stories of his naughty antics from school, then later, from work.
    • He rarely wrote letters, conducting his business on the telephone or, more often, holding court in public houses, where he was an unrivalled raconteur.
    • The painter is a seriously anecdotal man, a raconteur par excellence who needs no aide-memoires, at age 77.
    • He was a famous raconteur remembered for many performances of his dialogue, which he spoke with his daughter, on the nature of mathematics.
    • It is always a delightful experience to eat there, and Louis' presence as a raconteur just adds to it all.
    • He's an extraordinary raconteur and very bold.
    • Sir Peter Ustinov was a great raconteur and notable humanitarian, but don't forget about his acting says a noted film historian.
    • A very sociable man, he had his own chair at his ‘local’ where he was appreciated as a raconteur of amusing and highly-embroidered stories.
    • The evening will also include contributories from musicians and local raconteurs.
    • ‘I can remember every nanosecond of that crash,’ says Neeson, who possesses a soft Antrim brogue and the delivery of a born raconteur.
    • Any performers are welcome to share their skills at the open mike session - musicians, dancers, poets, puppeteers, raconteurs and actors.
    • American kids are brilliant raconteurs; they will talk about anything and talk well, as long as there's no written object to refer to.
    • The trouble is, Dawson was a born raconteur, and like most raconteurs he sometimes embellished his stories to amuse his listeners.
    • ‘He's a raconteur and multi-instrumentalist able to portray a sense of fun one minute and sheer emotion the next,’ says one admirer.