There are 2 translations of surge in Spanish:

surge1

Pronunciation: /sɜːrdʒ; sɜːdʒ/

n

  • 1.1 (movement) the surge of the sea la fuerza del oleaje a surge of people una oleada de gente I was carried along by the surge of the crowd me vi arrastrada por una marea de gente he felt a surge of anger sintió que lo invadía un sentimiento de ira we felt a new surge of hope sentimos renacer nuestras esperanzas a surge in demand/sales un repentino aumento de la demanda/las ventas a power surge [Elec] una subida de tensión or de voltaje 1.2 (wave) [literario/literary] ola (f)

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The name of the autonomous governments of Catalonia and Valencia is generalitat. A great deal of power has now been transferred to them from central government. The medieval term generalitat was revived in 1932, when Catalonia voted for its own devolved government. After the Civil War, it was abolished by Franco but was restored in 1978, with the establishment of comunidades autónomascomunidad autónoma. The Valencian Generalitat is keen to preserve the traditions of the region from Catalan influence.

There are 2 translations of surge in Spanish:

surge2

vi

  • 1.1 (rush) [wave] levantarse ; [sea] hincharse the crowd surged out through the gates la gente salió en tropel por las puertas anger/hatred surged up inside her la ira/el odio la invadió or se apoderó de ella to surge ahead tomar la delantera to surge ahead of sb adelantársele a algn 1.2 (increase sharply) [demand/sales/popularity] aumentar vertiginosamente

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Word of the day saliva
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saliva …
Cultural fact of the day

The name of the autonomous governments of Catalonia and Valencia is generalitat. A great deal of power has now been transferred to them from central government. The medieval term generalitat was revived in 1932, when Catalonia voted for its own devolved government. After the Civil War, it was abolished by Franco but was restored in 1978, with the establishment of comunidades autónomascomunidad autónoma. The Valencian Generalitat is keen to preserve the traditions of the region from Catalan influence.