Translation of upsurge in Spanish:

upsurge

Pronunciation: /ˈʌpsɜːrdʒ; ˈʌpsɜːdʒ/

n

  • upsurge of/in sth [of/in violence] recrudecimiento (m)de algo [in demand/production] aumento (m)de or en algo there's a general upsurge of interest in his work hay un renovado interés por su obra

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