Traducción de May Day en Español:

May Day

el primero de mayo, n.


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    el primero de mayo
    (in some countries) el día del trabajo
    (in some countries) el día de los trabajadores
    • What did May Day begin as and what do workers and activists do today to maintain the May Day tradition?
    • It is with this in mind that I and thousands like me celebrated another May Day.
    • On May Day 1917, 70,000 workers marched here in support of the February Revolution in Russia.
    • That was the spirit that inspired the establishment of May Day as international workers day.
    • How appropriate that he died on St. Joseph the Worker Day, or May Day, as it is known around the world.
    • The second instalment, appearing next week, will focus on the international significance of May Day.
    • France has celebrated May Day for nearly 150 years, but never so passionately.
    • Some of the speeches that ran during the May Day celebrations can attest to this.
    • There's a long and proud tradition of May Day being a time of celebrating the achievements of the Labour Movement the world over.
    • The May Day celebrations and march was a colourful event with both speeches and exchange of gifts.
    • The message of May Day is that the workers united will be in the best position to demand fair rules at work.
    • The pretence that they have somehow achieved unity among workers gives them a pretext to speak in the name of workers every year on May Day.
    • However, this was May Day and it was a day for workers to celebrate.
    • It would indeed be a pity, not just for the May Day celebrations, but for our very liberty, if the bridge were to be closed to preclude all such activities.
    • From its inception, May Day was an international phenomenon.
    • AROUND 200 people attended a May Day peace festival in Aberdeen last weekend.
    • In civilised parts of the world, it's May Day - a day to celebrate worker's struggles.
    • I can't really be bothered to post on the May Day celebrations that took place in Oxford today.
    • In the painting, Rivera included a scene of a giant May Day demonstration of workers marching with red banners.
    • It was here that arguably the most potent aspect of May Day arose, the festival becoming a one-day strike in many countries.