Como dizer "Parar no tempo" em inglês

Como dizer "Parar no tempo" em inglês
Como dizer "Parar no tempo, Parou no tempo (pessoa)" em inglês?

Contexto:

- Ele parou no tempo. Acha que a Globo mostra o que tem de melhor na TV.
- Algumas pessoas param no tempo. Não conseguem acompanhar as mudanças e têm ideias antigas.

Obrigado,

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Para dizer parar no tempo, estar parado no tempo, parou no tempo em inglês, você pode fazer uso das seguintes opções. Confira.

1. To be stuck in the past
2. To get stuck in the past
  • Nobody likes you because you're stuck in the past. [Ninguém gosta de você porque você parou no tempo.]
  • What to do when you're stuck in the past. [O que fazer quando você está parado no tempo. O que fazer quando você parou no tempo.]
  • Don't get stuck in the past. [Não fique parado no tempo.]
Observe mais exemplos retirados de publicações internacionais.

Do 'The New York Times':

"Obama Casts Republicans as Stuck in the Past [parados no tempo, pararam no tempo]

Mitt Romney and his party are stuck in the policies of the past and are afraid to spell out the details of their plans. "Despite all the challenges that we face in this new century, what they offered over those three days was an agenda that was better suited to the last century. It was a rerun — it could have been on ‘Nick at Night,’ ” Mr. Obama said. Viewers might as well have watched on a black-and-white TV with rabbit-ear antennas, he joked."

Da Revista Forbes:

"It’s easy to get stuck in the past [parar no tempo] and what shoulda-woulda-coulda happened, but didn’t. Doing so only perpetuates destructive emotions that fuel anger, self-pity and a sense of powerlessness. Focus on the future, and on what you need to do to set yourself up as well as possible on the job front, in how you are budgeting your money, and in your relationship with those who can help you find a new job."

Bons estudos.
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Hello,

Suggestion:

She is stucked in a time loop.

ou ainda

She is trapped in a time loop.

Regards!
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Olá Donay,

Seria certo eu disser : you got stuck in the past because you thought you knew everything?
stuck in the time
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Another question folks,

Stuck in a moment.
Does it have the same meaning?
There's a famous song from U2 with this expression, it is the title and spread all over the lyrics.
In the poetry of the lyrics, between the lines, I can see someone lost because of his actions (which refers to the past).
Well, I really love that song... :lol:
If I may say
Happy New Year!
:geek:
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Daniel,

Sem mais contexto, não vejo problemas com a frase ''you got stuck in the past because you thought you knew everything.''

Cinnamon,

''Stuck in a moment'' me passa a ideia de "preso" ou "apegado" a um momento em que algo aconteceu. Um momento único e de pouca duração, que você se lembra para sempre.


Bons estudos. Compartilhe.
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One way to say that:

He is stuck to the past, the world has moved on, it´s about time to change his ways of getting information, pertinent and accurate information. Not getting caught in past ideologies, sensationalism, inaccuracies and bread and circus.

Of course I am tackling the question of Jorilaine, not being judgemental, so take it as an English translation of sorts to the question. By the way, my wife loves those soap operas, my children watch sports, I don´t even get any near the TV set, to me there´s not much on open channels these days, and the cable TV should be less expensive (what the point of a thousand different packages? Three would do (if there wasn´t that costly, I mean.) The way it is, many people get the service to watch just open channels, it´s what they can afford! (not by free choice, I mean.)
Is it any wonder that Brazil has a high rate of Internet-goers then? To many is purely for not having a choice. :(

Ref. timewarnercable