Translation of anticlimax in Spanish:

anticlimax

Pronunciation: /ˌæntiˈklaɪmæks; ˌæntaɪ-; ˌæntiˈklaɪmæks/

n

countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable
  • suceso caracterizado por un descenso de la tensión; [Literature/Literatura] anticlímax (masculine); (disappointment) decepción (feminine) sometimes there's a bit of an anticlimax once exams are over a veces cuando terminas los exámenes te da una especie de bajón the final came as an anticlimax la final no fue tan emocionante como se esperaba
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    • Of course, he was eventually to read the novel in its original Spanish, but as he was to describe it, the experience was a disappointing anticlimax.
    • This film feels like nothing more than a series of anticlimaxes wrapped within one large anticlimax.
    • I would not understand until later that Marshall was letting me in on a little secret about how history is made: through a series of anticlimaxes.

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