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recurrent
American English: /rəˈkərənt/
British English: /rɪˈkʌr(ə)nt/

Translation of recurrent in Spanish:

adjective

  • (usually before noun) it's a recurrent theme in his work
    es un tema recurrente or que se repite en su obra
    Example sentences
    • In a recurrent dream, repeated hundreds of times, she saw herself walking on a narrow bridge toward the Golden City.
    • I croaked, woken from my recurrent dream of loading reams of information onto the computer, by a banshee wail that went on and on, somewhere in the very near vicinity.
    • To this day, I still have recurrent dreams of the Corryvreckan, in which I find myself descending a watery spiral staircase to hell.

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