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remembrance
American English: /rəˈmɛmbrəns/
British English: /rɪˈmɛmbr(ə)ns/

Translation of remembrance in Spanish:

noun

  • uncountable and countable [formal or liter] I have no remembrance of that
    no tengo memoria de tal cosa [formal]
    in remembrance of something/somebody
    en memoria de algo/alguien
    do this in remembrance of me (Religion)
    haced esto en memoria mía
    (before noun) Remembrance Sunday o Day (British English)
    (domingo de noviembre en que se conmemora a los caídos en las guerras)
    Example sentences
    • But it is also the generation that has to decide how these memories will be expressed in historical understanding and communal remembrance in the future.
    • Repetition is neither wordy nor inefficient; it improves clarity, understanding, and remembrance of the rules.
    • But the first step to recovery is remembrance, and remember she had.
    Example sentences
    • Rachel remained silent as the memories and remembrances from years past assaulted her senses and her calm.
    • Memory and remembrances of your youth tend to have a larger and larger place in your recent books.
    • The only topic at the conference discussed with greater frequency than fond remembrances of Teddy Roosevelt was the assertion that conservation is part and parcel of a real conservative ideology.

Cultural Note: Poppy Day

En Gran Bretaña el nombre popular del Remembrance Sunday, el domingo más cercano al 11 de noviembre en el que se conmemora a los caídos de guerra llevando prendidas amapolas rojas de papel o de plástico. El beneficio de la venta de estas se destina a las instituciones de caridad que proporcionan ayuda a los veteranos de guerra y a sus familiares. El nombre se debe a que durante la Primera Guerra Mundial había muchas amapolas en los campos de batalla de Flandes.

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