Translation of chronicler in Spanish:


cronista, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkrɑnəklər//ˈkrɒnɪk(ə)lə//ˈkrɒnɪklə/


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    cronista feminine
    • A camera makes you many things: a magician freezing time, an artist capturing the essence of a moment, a chronicler keeping a record of memories.
    • Minutely though Hawkwood's military achievements were recorded by the chroniclers, his motivation has always been hard to discern.
    • More often than not, in contemporary descriptions of such events, diarists or chroniclers simply state that the relics were shown to the people, without specifying where and how.
    • Medieval chroniclers recorded omens at all great events; for example, Froissart noted a heavy thunderstorm, an eclipse of the sun, and a hovering circle of crows before the battle of Crécy in 1346.
    • If we are right, and there is unfolding in these very days a great deal of history in the making, we intend to be chroniclers of that history.