Translation of whiz-bang in Spanish:

whiz-bang

sensacional, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈ(h)wɪzˌbæŋ//ˈwɪzbaŋ/

adjective

informal

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    sensacional
    • Shaggy's master received a glossy brochure to a whiz-bang two-day seminar in Melbourne.
    • I was neutral until I saw the trailer, and whizz-bang stuff aside, I actually winced at some of the dialogue.
    • SOG's PowerLock mostly does the same things other whiz-bang schizo-tools do - it just does'em better, and with compound-leverage power.
    • The Home Office whizz-bang new computer system 2 or so years back was a notable fiasco.
    • Minimize the moving, flashing this or that or the latest whiz-bang script.
    • It comes back to selling, trading, being fair and all the things that encourage people to buy - it's not just about some whiz-bang gadget.
    • You may not need a maven's grasp of the latest whiz-bang application, but you definitely want to know about technologies that will make your business more competitive.
    • People have lost the ability to pay attention, and all films that aren't whiz-bang, Bruckheimer action fests are criticized as too slow.
    • He stalks me with his whizz-bang new digital camera.
    • The Quebec film and video industry is celebrating itself with a whiz-bang, 10-day retrospective from February 15-25.
    • However headline-grabbing it may have been, the debate around organised crime and politics in Bulgaria goes much further and deeper than the Kostov whiz-bang episode.
    • Dell argues that while the company hasn't created whiz-bang inventions, it has produced cheap computers for buyers and huge returns for shareholders.
    • It is easy, she says, for the basics to get lost among petty controversies and whizz-bang advertising.
    • Bruckheimer and Fuqua seemingly equate the term ‘authentic’ with a lack of whiz-bang, Lord of the Rings style magic tricks.
    • A lame script and horrible comic acting from lead Brendan Fraser speak louder than all of Selick's whiz-bang animations.
    • Long-Term Capital's whiz-bang managers didn't invest in factories, research and development, home building, or anything else productive.
    • Jobson's self-quilled script opens and closes with an oh-so-serious soliloquy, read against a montage of the solar system, along with a CGI whizz-bang ride across the planets.
    • They're not perfect: sometimes we neglect end users' needs, or we lean too hard on whiz-bang technology, and, sure, many of us are first-time cartographers.
    • And I sure as hell ain't cheering for yet another whiz-bang computer nerd whose whole job is to magically fill in plot holes the scriptwriters couldn't figure out.
    • Mumbling ‘speech’ was fine on the N64, but on the Xbox, with all its features and whiz-bang technology, is capable of a lot more.