darndest

Spanish translation: "ése fue el comienzo del más espectacular/rocambolesco programa de carreras"

16:14 Sep 10, 2000
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: darndest
The complete phrase is "that was the beginning of the darndest racing program"
Carlos
Spanish translation:"ése fue el comienzo del más espectacular/rocambolesco programa de carreras"
Explanation:
Según el sentido, tono y estilo del contexto de la frase, puede emplearse el adjetivo que mejor se ajuste al programa en cuestión de entre una amplia gama de posibles adjetivos como extravagante,desconcertante, asombroso, increíble...you name it
Hope it helps! Good luck!
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Hernando Soto
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Thanks.
I'm going to use "espectacular".
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na"ése fue el comienzo del más espectacular/rocambolesco programa de carreras"
Hernando Soto
naColloquial 'curi' form of damn
Lia Fail (X)


  

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Colloquial 'curi' form of damn


Explanation:
Darn/dardest are polite, usually US, colloquial forms of 'damn' which is 'condenar' or a variation on the theme. However, to use 'condenado' here is a bit strong. The sentence conveys 'satisfaction' even 'delight', or else 'surprise'or 'bewilderment',depending on the context.




    "Swearing: A Social History ...." by G. Hughes
Lia Fail (X)
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"ése fue el comienzo del más espectacular/rocambolesco programa de carreras"


Explanation:
Según el sentido, tono y estilo del contexto de la frase, puede emplearse el adjetivo que mejor se ajuste al programa en cuestión de entre una amplia gama de posibles adjetivos como extravagante,desconcertante, asombroso, increíble...you name it
Hope it helps! Good luck!


    Oxford Spanish Dictionary (1994 edition)
Hernando Soto
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I'm going to use "espectacular".
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