Translation of saga in Spanish:

saga

Pronunciation: /ˈsɑːgə/

n

  • 1.1 (exciting tale) saga (f) the Icelandic sagas las sagas de Islandia 1.2 (long story) historia (f), saga (f)
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    • And so began a saga that involved the Rail Regulator and the Rail Passenger Committee.
    • Later she was described as the only sane person in the whole saga.
    • An account of the sorry saga appeared in a Think Secret scoop last week.

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