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current affairs

Translation of current affairs in Spanish:

plural noun

  • sucesos (masculine plural) de actualidad
    (before noun) current-affairs program
    programa (masculine) de actualidades
    Example sentences
    • He was widely read and took a keen interest in history, current affairs, politics and religion.
    • He was a great reader and had a strong interest in politics and current affairs.
    • It's almost enough to interest me in politics, current affairs and Important Stuff.

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