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English Word: musician

Spanish Word: el músico
The Spanish Word for musician
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Translated sentences containing 'musician'
He was speaking about music as if he were a musician.
Hablaba de música como si fuera un músico.

Ladies and gentlemen, a single musician cannot perform a symphony.
Con un solo instrumentista no se puede, Señorías, interpretar una sinfonía.
He was to have described his problems as a professional musician but was too frightened to do so, and I am sure he is not the only case.
Iba a describir los problemas que había experimentado como músico profesional, pero estaba demasiado asustado para hacerlo, y estoy segura de que no es el único caso.
Doping in sport is like a priest who sins or a tone-deaf musician.
El dopaje en el deporte es como un cura que peca, es como un músico que desafina.
We know that Marie Trintignant was battered to death by her French partner, the musician Bertrand Cantat.
Sabemos que Marie Trintignant fue golpeada hasta la muerte por su pareja, el músico francés Bertrand Cantat.
I heard today about a professional musician working with a famous German orchestra who turned down an interview with us out of fear of reprisals.
Hoy me he enterado de que un músico profesional que trabaja en una famosa orquesta alemana había rechazado una entrevista con nosotros por miedo a represalias.
I believe that acting in the abstract, thinking that the little musician, the little composer can defend himself is absurd.
Yo creo que actuar en abstracto, pensar que el pequeño músico, que el pequeño compositor puede defenderse por sí mismo es absurdo.
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