Translation of circa in Spanish:


alrededor de, prep

Pronunciation: /ˈsərkə//ˈsəːkə/


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    alrededor de
    circa 900 BC alrededor del año 900 AC
    • We recently bought a new house that had a couple of large ceiling fans from circa 1980.
    • This was a bag you'd take when setting off for London on a steamship circa 1955.
    • The ancient church dates to circa 1000 AD and is the oldest standing building in the parish of Aghamore.
    • This construction, despite often being called the Yorkshire Stonehenge, is a reproduction, circa 1820.
    • Jakober's narrator, Paul, is a repressed Christian monk circa the First Crusade.
    • The can of Golden Circle Pineapple Chunks has the label design circa 1985.
    • For some reason we were discussing Coronation Street, and I quoted my favourite line, circa 1966
    • He discovered a settlement dating back to the early bronze age, circa 2000 BC, in Warburton.
    • You would be forgiven for thinking that you were in New England circa 1880.
    • This was circa 1977 and ‘new age traveller’ was not part of the common vocabulary of the time.
    • My maternal grandmother got her bachelor's degree in Home Economics there back circa 1934.
    • This is the melee that is urban India, circa 2004.
    • My earliest Guernsey ancestor whose name I know was born circa 1780.
    • The room itself is decorated in the style of a particularly tasteless English living room, circa 1976.
    • In one shot, an extra is clearly seen to be wearing a Taiga jacket, a trademark of Vancouver circa 1990s or later.
    • The earliest use of the term was recorded in Texas circa 1850.
    • This was, in fact, the widely perceived view prior to circa 1990.
    • Like a lot of boys born in Ireland circa 1979 and 1980, my brother too bears a name that betrays his vintage.
    • This was student politics circa 1926, in the days when electing a rector at Edinburgh University caused mayhem in the city.
    • Mountmellick courthouse was built circa 1840 and served the town for close on a century and a half.