Translation of seminal in Spanish:

seminal

Pronunciation: /ˈsemənl; ˈsemɪnl/

adj

  • [formal] [book/idea] fundamental, de gran influencia
    More example sentences
    • The artist has had a seminal influence on the development of modern Irish music, since he first hit the scene in Dublin in the 1960s.
    • In 1870 he produced a seminal volume that would influence generations of garden-makers throughout the world.
    • The rugged brick and timber house he designed for his family on a sloping bush site in Chatswood in 1963 was a seminal work that greatly influenced the development of the Sydney School.

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