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memorabilia

Pronunciation: /ˌmemərəˈbɪliə/

Translation of memorabilia in Spanish:

plural noun/nombre plural

  • objetos (masculine plural) de interés Victorian memorabilia objetos de interés de la época victoriana
    Example sentences
    • These photos, along with Walt Burton's collection of period memorabilia, give us a unique view of that historic event.
    • Norpa is keen to collect old photos, memorabilia and stories about Lismore's major floods.
    • He collects sporting memorabilia including 39 signed rugby balls and countless signed photos of players.

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