Translation of fountainhead in Spanish:


manantial, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfaʊntɪnhɛd//ˈfaʊnt(ə)nˌhɛd/


  • 1

    (of stream)
    manantial masculine
  • 2literary

    fuente feminine
    • It was to be the fountainhead of scientific manpower in the decades to come.
    • If conservatives ignore property rights - the fountainhead from which all other liberties flow, including free speech - what hope is there that others will respect them?
    • Both are treated as though they were fountainheads of truth by many of their supporters.
    • The ancestors saw the root and source of things: people - each soul a light, each creative mind a fountainhead of potential.
    • He is the fountainhead of patronage, which mutes any criticism from his parliamentary caucus.
    • In this role they are the organizers of a discovery process rather than fountainheads of incontrovertible knowledge.
    • It is clear that the capital is the fountainhead of the ills that plague the country.
    • This center is the fountainhead of all our animal forces, which can be spiritualized and used for our best advantage by gaining absolute control over this center.
    • So I wanted to compare what is at the heart of contemporary commercial culture with Shakespeare, because Shakespeare is, as it were, the fountainhead of contemporary, commercial entertainment.
    • In history, you will always find that most successful leaders were only spearheads of ideologies, not the fountainheads.
    • France has arguably more romance per square mile than any other country in Europe, but the pocket of the country for which Carcassonne provides a focal point is the fountainhead of the very notion itself.
    • Inevitably the visitors took more than they gave to Florence, fountainhead of visual and literary culture in the western world.
    • All of our drilled rock fountainheads should be able to tolerate scrubbing with hot, soapy water and rinsing with a mild chlorine bleach solution.
    • They don't realise that it is the fountainhead of all such unrealistic extremist philosophy.
    • Later of course, he went on to be crowned king and become the fountainhead of a 3,000-year dynasty that peppered the land with monuments and legends that nothing in sub-Saharan Africa could match.
    • It is something monstrous, the fountainhead of violence.
    • Learned men are the cisterns of knowledge, not the fountainheads.
    • Indeed it is argued that cultural exchange is the fountainhead of global dynamism and the ultimate source of human creativity, human development and material progress.
    • The book has developed such a reputation as the fountainhead of fiction that many readers are afraid of tackling it, in case they might fail to understand it.
    • These are the feelings and emotions that later became a fountainhead for his writings.