Translation of eureka in Spanish:


¡eureka!, interj.

Pronunciation /juˈrikə//jəˈrikə//ˌjʊ(ə)ˈriːkə/


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    • I can immediately apply many of these eureka moments to my practise as a new media lecturer.
    • I don't know that there will have been a eureka moment for string theory in the same way, so that there will be a specific time, but it could well be that some of the ideas of string theory.
    • As he claimed descent from kings, the priesthood, under the threat of being put to the sword, no doubt, confirmed his rights to the throne of Persia, and eureka!
    • I've always thought that people can achieve eureka moments by doodling.
    • The technology made for some interesting eureka moments.
    • While trying to put myself into her frame of mind, a sudden and unprovoked eureka moment came over me.
    • A few minutes later, as his story goes, he glanced at his full bookshelf and eureka!
    • Well, I had what they call a eureka moment at that time.
    • That's handy because you never know when you'll be struck by a eureka moment.
    • Robert discovers what happens when we have those eureka moments of original thought - and how to have more of them.
    • As students began to understand the historical process and utilize it, questions were reflected in their eyes or discomfort in their body language and then, eureka!
    • The novel thus can be alternately vague and eureka!
    • ‘I think the eureka moment is a bit of a myth,’ he said.
    • The samples were also chemically analyzed, and - eureka!
    • It looks like the place to nail down a place in the social network where resource sharing and eureka moments follow.
    • There's nothing like the eureka moment of discovering something that no one knew before.
    • Then one day you have a eureka moment: two facts connect themselves in your mind in some way you've never thought of before.
    • So I decided to visit the Imperial War Museum and was invited into the private reading room to research the books and, eureka!
    • How many of you have read a blog that: crystallises lots of thoughts and questions and uneases that have been whirling round in your head, makes you think eureka!
    • His suggestive techniques had begun to dethaw items that were permafrozen in my subconscious; a few such items bubbled up to the surface - eureka moments - much to my astonishment.