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Sneak Peak

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Translation for Sneak Peak

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updated OCT 21, 2008
posted by Adriana-Martinez

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Excuse me please, one question, do you mean previews? as in the small examples of the future movies showing?
The only word that , I can think is avances. There is another word used in Guatemala
but I can't vocalised at this time. It is on the tip of my tongue. At any rate this word is not pure Spanish, so I might as well keep it to my self.

I got the word for movie previews it is atracciónes, of course as I wrote before that word is not pure Spanish is not from Castilla is from Guatemala

updated OCT 21, 2008
posted by 00769608
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I concur with James: you cannot properly translate that phrase without a context. A simple single one may work in some contexts, but sooner or later, the translation will be useless.

updated OCT 21, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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I looked on another site and someone suggested "vistazo previo" or "adelanto".

updated OCT 21, 2008
posted by LadyDi
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Gracias.

Eddy said:

This could be "preestreno" as in a sneak preview.

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updated OCT 21, 2008
posted by Adriana-Martinez
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Typo, it is peek.

Thanks.

Anne Sherwood said:

Adriana,I think it should be "sneak peek" rather than "peak"."Peek" ("peer"). A "peak" is generally the "top" of something.Annie.

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updated OCT 21, 2008
posted by Adriana-Martinez
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Adriana, words can't be translated in isolation. Please gives us the context.

updated OCT 21, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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Adriana,

I think it should be "sneak peek" rather than "peak".
"Peek" ("peer"). A "peak" is generally the "top" of something.
Annie.

updated OCT 21, 2008
posted by nonombre
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This could be "preestreno" as in a sneak preview.

updated OCT 21, 2008
posted by Eddy
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