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nostalgia
American English: /nɑˈstældʒə/
, /nəˈstældʒə/
British English: /nɒˈstaldʒə/

Translation of nostalgia in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • The days of the Empire were by then long gone, but not so the English romance with faraway places or its nostalgia for the past.
    • Along with the concept, there was this nagging feeling of nostalgia for the past.
    • There is no nostalgia with regard to past connections with the states from the Warsaw Pact.

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