Translation of culmination in Spanish:

culmination

culminación, n.

Pronunciation: /kʌlmɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n//ˌkəlməˈneɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    (of events, efforts)
    culminación feminine
    punto culminante masculine
    • It has been a mammoth undertaking and is the culmination of many hundreds of hours of research, editing and printing.
    • The verdict is the culmination of a long investigation by Rochdale police.
    • Matthew wants to achieve a fitting culmination to the night, but he is unable to do so.
    • Proud parents came from throughout the county to hear the youngsters sing in what was the culmination of many dedicated hours of practice.
    • One is museum design which is the culmination of all architectural thought and art as well as theatres and auditoriums.
    • For the people who fought against the closure plans, it is the culmination of a seven-month campaign to secure the future of the pools.
    • It's not anywhere that I'd really choose to be, but at that point in my life it was the culmination of every choice that there had been up to that point.
    • The arrest is the culmination of an investigation which has been ongoing for upwards of 18 months.
    • The whole affair is the culmination of the spin phenomenon.
    • It is the culmination of at least a year's work and investment.
    • We have created a world where we insist on perceiving every new development as a culmination of something great or as a climax.
    • It was a culmination of art work the children have produced over the past three weeks.
    • Its introduction marked the culmination of 120 years of campaigning.
    • Most products bought by private consumers represent the culmination of a long process of value creation.
    • To be honest, I was feeling tired from the culmination of two much hecticness so wasn't able to appreciate it as much as I ought to have done.
    • The past twelve months for him have been a fitting culmination to an outstanding career, to date.
    • This was a great victory for the school and a culmination of much hard work and commitment invested over a long and busy year.
    • It is the logical culmination of more and more media saturation with an emphasis on television.
    • The culmination of that was an uplifting climax heightened by the emotional residue of what had gone before.
    • The event itself is the culmination of five years of sustained effort by their creators.
  • 2

    Astronomy
    culminación feminine