persona [pɜːˈsəʊnə]
noun
personae (plural) [pɜːˈsəʊnaɪ]
1 (character) personaje (m)
2 (image) imagen (f)
An American in Paris was conceived to meet Arthur Freed's cultural aspirations and then tailored to suit Gene Kelly's screen persona The self we show the world can be handmade, an external persona, put on for protection Although Claire Rayner maintains that this discrepancy between her `public" persona and her `private" persona does not cause her great concern,many others find the strain of `living up to appearances # intolerable (in Jungian psychology) the mechanism that conceals a person's true thoughts and feelings, esp in his adaptation to the outside world
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persona grata persona (f) grata; persona non grata persona (f) no grata

persona
feminine noun
1. person (individuo)
  • vinieron varias personas -> several people came
  • cien personas -> a hundred people
  • en persona -> in person
  • por persona -> per head
  • ser buena persona -> to be a good person o sort
  • persona mayor -> adult, grown-up
  • persona non grata -> persona non grata
2. party (law)
  • persona física -> private individual
  • persona jurídica -> legal entity o person
3. person (grammar)
  • la segunda persona del singular -> the second person singular

persona [per-so'-nah]
noun
1. Person, individual, or particular man or woman. (f)
2. Person, the exterior appearance. (f)
3. Personage, a distinguished character; a man of merit or talents. (f)
4. Person, the quality of the noun that modifies the verb. (Grammer) (f)
5. Person, man or Roman in a fictitious dialogue. (f)
  • De persona a persona, from person to person, from man to man. En person -> or por su persona, personally, in person
  • Es buena persona -> he's a good sort
  • Tercera persona -> third party
  • Pagaron 2 dólares por persona -> they paid 2 dollars a head

persona
1 (individuo) person
es una persona encantadora he's a charming person; 20 personas 20 people
había unas diez personas en la sala
aquellas personas que lo deseen those who wish
es para animales y no para personas
es buena persona he's a good sort; en la persona de in the person of
en persona in person; in the flesh
vendrá él en persona a recoger los papeles he will come and collect the papers in person; vi al príncipe en persona I saw the prince in the flesh o in person
por persona per person
20 kilos por persona 20 kilos per person; tres caramelos por persona three sweets per person o each; dos dólares por persona two dollars per person; two dollars a head
tercera persona third party
sin inmiscuir a terceras personas without involving third parties
persona de edad elderly person; senior citizen
persona de historia dubious individual
persona mayor adult
persona no grata persona non grata persona non grata
personas reales royalty
singular
; (s)
king and queen
2 (Jur)
persona física natural person
persona jurídica legal entity
3 (Lingüística) person
la tercera persona del singular the third person singular
4 (Religión)
las tres personas de la Santísima Trinidad the three persons of the Holy Trinity
Mientras que persona en singular se traduce por person, el plural tiene dos traducciones: people y persons.
People es la forma más utilizada, ya que persons se emplea solamente en el lenguaje formal o técnico. Las dos formas llevan el verbo en plural:
Acaban de llegar tres personas preguntando por un tal Sr. Oliva Three people have just arrived asking for a Mr Oliva
"Peso máximo: 8 personas" "Weight limit: 8 persons"

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