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10:23 Sep 16, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: atrezzo
(from Spain into US English. Field: television production, referring to the stage or set.)

"ubicados en el escenario y el atrezzo"
Gloria Nichols
United States
Local time: 15:56
English translation:Properties, props
Explanation:
Movable articles used as part of the setting, except the costumes, backdrops, etc. Webster's Dictionary. It's really an Italian word.
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Jesús Paredes
Local time: 16:56
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¡gracias, colega!
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Summary of answers provided
naSet decorationsIvan Sanchez
naattrezzo:set of tools for the stage.
Haydee
naProperties, propsJesús Paredes


  

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41 mins
Properties, props


Explanation:
Movable articles used as part of the setting, except the costumes, backdrops, etc. Webster's Dictionary. It's really an Italian word.

Jesús Paredes
Local time: 16:56
PRO pts in pair: 151
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¡gracias, colega!

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4 hrs
attrezzo:set of tools for the stage.


Explanation:
Attrezzo is an italian word, used in Spanish. Its spelling can be attrezo o atrezo.The latter spelling follows the Spanish rules.
Larousse Dictionary



Haydee
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6 hrs
Set decorations


Explanation:
Everything but customes, wardrobes, etc., for use on stage. Also known as "tramoya" or "utilería". Italian origin word.
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Ivan Sanchez
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PRO pts in pair: 168

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