Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

fine arts   (Bellas Artes)

He trained in fine arts at the Le Havre art school.

Rozati graduated MA from Academy of fine arts vienna.

The School is an important center of fine arts in Bihar.

fine art   (arte fino)

The two met in Paris while Kinsman studied fine art.

Each spring the center holds an auction of fine art.

Chicago has a distinctive fine art tradition.

very fine   (muy bien)

The gold is very fine, and probably came from Ireland.

Growth lines are very fine, a little oblique.

Local soil is very fine and suitable for making pottery.

fine example   (buen ejemplo)

A fine example is artist Marcel Duchamp's "L.H.O.O.Q.

The game is a fine example of exceptional game-making.

The coach house and stables are a fine example of mid 19th century rural architecture.

fine dining   (buena cena)

They upgraded the restaurant to a fine dining restaurant.

There are several fine dining locations.

Catalonia is internationally recognized for its fine dining.

pay a fine   (pagar una multa)

They were also ordered to pay a fine of 1.35 million ouguiya (US$4,655).

In 2016, the European Union ordered Apple to pay a fine for its actions.

Grant was allowed to pay a fine but had to walk back to the White House.

many fine   (muchos bien)

There are many fine points to cattle judging.

Comptons made many fine church and concert organs as well.

She made many fine sketches of the scenery about Casco Bay.

fine form   (buena forma)

Mitrović began the season in fine form, scoring five goals in six matches.

His fine form earned him the Championship Player of the Month award for February.

"Entertainment Weekly" Sandra Gonzalez wrote that "this final season of kicked off in fine form".

fine examples   (buenos ejemplos)

Particularly fine examples of rito hats are worn by women to church.

Some people suggest that these are often fine examples of synchronicity.

The interior displays several fine examples of 18th-century period decorations.

fine line   (delgada linea)

It does not necessarily mean a "clean" fine line.

Oakes is an avid fine line sketcher.

The show ran a fine line between being a serious space opera and being an over-the-top spoof of them.

fine of up   (bien de arriba)

All campuses are polythene free zones and a fine of up to Rs.

Blasphemy in Greece carries a fine of up to 3,000 €, and up to 2 years imprisonment.

Any breach of these laws is a criminal offense and can lead to fine of up to £5,000 or six months in prison.

particularly fine   (particularmente bien)

The Torah Ark is particularly fine.

The dry ashlar of Inca architecture in Cusco and Machu Picchu is particularly fine and famous.

The branch platform has an additional awning at the Sydney end, which is considered particularly fine.

fine artist   (buen artista)

The second artist was a fine artist.

David Em was the first fine artist to create navigable virtual worlds, in the 1970s.

Simonetta Moro Simonetta Moro (born December 31, 1970) is a fine artist and educator.

fine white   (blanco fino)

Ships were loaded with fine white cotton and silk fabrics.

Jörgen is known for its fine white wines.

The green herbage of the plant is coated in fine white hairs.

fine sand   (arena fina)

There are some fine sand seasides by the bay.

There is a length of fine sand which runs in an east-north-east direction.

The mushroom anchor is suitable where the seabed is composed of silt or fine sand.

just fine   (bien)

They're more of a pop band, which is just fine."

Oh, thank you, Mister Doctor, I said, everything's just fine.

Things seem to be going just fine, but he eventually becomes abusive and angry.

million fine   (multa de millones)

The $35 million fine was the maximum the regulator could impose.

Walters was sentenced to 5 years in prison and a $10 million fine.

In 2018, the items were returned to Iraq, and the company paid a $3 million fine.

fine particles   (partículas finas)

The latter requires that the substrate is activated with fine particles of palladium.

When the pulp slurry is dewatered (thickened), the medium to fine particles are washed out.

Before retorting, the oil shale is crushed into fine particles with a size of less than in diameter.

studied fine   (estudiado bien)

The two met in Paris while Kinsman studied fine art.

Jamie studied fine art at the University of the West of England, Bristol.

She studied fine art at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford.

fine collection   (buena colección)

The Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon holds a fine collection of this artist's works.

A fine collection."

The National Museum of Copenhagen also houses a fine collection of 17th century Thanjavur paintings.

fine hairs   (pelos finos)

They are bright to dull grayish-green and coated in fine hairs.

The fur is a mixture of fine hairs and thicker, flattened spines.

Dense short greyish to silvery white fine hairs cover the margins of the thorax and abdomen.

fine grained   (de grano fino)

The later of this basin is also locally fine grained and calcareous.

The consistency of fine grained soil varies in proportional to the water content in a soil.

The sculpture is made of a light, fine grained medium Barre granite from the Jones Brothers company's quarry.

fine dining restaurant   (restaurante de alta cocina)

They upgraded the restaurant to a fine dining restaurant.

It was a fine dining restaurant that was awarded one Michelin star in 2009 and 2010.

The schathuis was at that time a tearoom, and Soek added a fine dining restaurant to it.

fine structure   (estructura fina)

Close examination of the spectral lines reveals that some display a fine structure splitting.

A somewhat damaging statement in his defence of these concepts involved the fine structure constant, α.

The infrared spectrum of hydrogen chloride gas shows rotational fine structure superimposed on the vibrational spectrum.

fine detail   (buen detalle)

Vellum is extremely smooth and suitable for very fine detail.

On the other hand, it is hard to achieve fine detail with the relief technique.

Although large model work continues, fine detail analysis dominates agency and consultant work in the US.

covered with fine   (cubierto de multa)

Leaf surfaces are generally smooth, though occasionally covered with fine hair.

Adults are dark brown to black, 7 to 13 mm in size, and are covered with fine hair.

The leaves are attractive with soft green, deeply cut and fern like that are often covered with fine hair.

pay the fine   (pagar la multa)

Unable to pay the fine, his fancy clothing is auctioned off.

The women would not pay the fine."

When Shelbourne refused to pay the fine they were threatened with suspension.

fine line between   (línea fina entre)

The show ran a fine line between being a serious space opera and being an over-the-top spoof of them.

However, Tom's mother was often worried about how Alice would turn out, as she seems to be on the fine line between good and evil.

However, Peter Keough of "The Boston Phoenix" insists, "There's a fine line between the trash of early John Waters and just plain garbage.

degree in fine   (grado en multa)

She has a degree in fine arts from the University of Brasilia.

Pada received a master's degree in fine arts from York University in 1997.

she obtained her bachelor's degree in fine art at Makerere University in 1987.

fine quality   (buena calidad)

He is a courageous player and that is a fine quality to have.""

His contribution to American poetry is small but of fine quality.

Ardfinnan tweed gained a reputation for fine quality and variety.