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thriving
Pronunciation: / ˈθraɪvɪŋ / Pronunciation: /ˈθrʌɪvɪŋ/

Translation of thriving in Spanish:

adjective

  • (before noun)
    (business/town)
    (businessman)
    a thriving black market
    un floreciente mercado negro
    Example sentences
    • At first glance, the junkyard looks like some sort of post-apocalyptic settlement, a thriving outpost in a wasteland.
    • About 50 percent of all beverage cans are re-cycled, creating a thriving international market in recycled aluminum.
    • The archaeological excavation uncovered what was once a thriving church community.

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