Translation of heyday in Spanish:

heyday

Pronunciation: /ˈheɪdeɪ/

n

  • apogeo (m), auge (m) the 1930s and 40s were the heyday of Hollywood los 30 y los 40 fueron los años de apogeo or de auge de Hollywood, en los años 30 y 40 Hollywood estaba en su apogeo or en su auge in his heyday en sus buenos tiempos the heyday of American power and influence el auge or el apogeo del poder y la influencia americanos

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