Traducción de mankind en Español:


humanidad, n.

Pronunciación /ˌmænˈkaɪnd//manˈkʌɪnd/


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    humanidad femenino
    género humano masculino
    • Had they crept just a foot higher, countless historic masterpieces could have been lost to mankind forever.
    • Proof that history depends on mankind rather than a merely symbolic event was in evidence in two nations.
    • And what needs to be demolished are the illusions to which mankind is prey.
    • The history of mankind is littered with appalling acts of barbarism, cruelty and hatred.
    • Perhaps, though I scarcely dare to hope it, the hydrogen bomb will terrify mankind into sanity and tolerance.
    • In actual fact, the idea of the brotherhood of mankind was founded on the basis of uniquely human features.
    • You cannot even scratch the surface of the darkest chapter of mankind's recent history.
    • Those on board the spacecraft were doing research work for the benefit of mankind.
    • It is often acknowledged that the history of mankind is written by its victors.
    • This theft is indeed the biggest theft ever witnessed by mankind in the history of the world.
    • The challenge for all of us is to tap into these gifts and use them for our benefit and for all mankind.
    • This century has been marked by some of the most horrific events in the history of mankind.
    • A little concern for the rest of mankind is surely part of what makes us human.
    • Why not try making the best nachos known to mankind, with the best guacamole known to mankind?
    • Had he been listened to, the history of mankind might have been different.
    • By leaving a legacy you are benefiting the rest of mankind and everybody can do that.
    • They don't bother much with the plight of mankind and as such they are simply the enemy.
    • Arms races have dogged mankind from the dawn of history, and history seems bound to repeat itself.
    • The changing face of killing goes hand in hand, for him, with the way history has shaped our society and mankind.
    • This in my opinion was no more of a noble battle than any unwarranted slaughter in the history of the mankind.