Translation of Generation X in Spanish:

Generation X

generación X, n.

Pronunciation ///ˌdʒɛnəˈreɪʃən ɛks/

noun

  • 1

    generación X feminine
    • But why on earth are younger writers of the so-called Generation X attempting to, as Pound would have it, resuscitate the dead art of poetry?
    • Before Generation X was even named, it was being marketed to.
    • Being a fully paid member of Generation X, I rarely bother with politics.
    • These trends could see future Generation X and Y workers spending more time in positions where superannuation contributions are not compulsory.
    • Didn't we have slacker films and Generation X novels in the early 90s?
    • Not even a war or a government in turmoil can get the new Generation X engaged in current affairs.
    • Largely ignored as a group in favor of the country's ongoing fascination with Baby Boomers, Generation X grew up quickly in a society that did not particularly value children.
    • Members of Generation X, born between 1963 and 1977, are not slackers.
    • Apparently Generation X has not been aging, but has been aged 20-29 for more than a decade now.
    • Many Generation X children grew up in an environment of joint custody.
    • His purpose is obvious - to portray cross country skiing as a sport that is anything but boring in hopes of stimulating greater interest in the sport in the Generation X set.
    • Boomers had John and Yoko; punks had Sid and Nancy; Generation X had Kurt and Courtney - who have I got for a bit of generational glamour?
    • Third wavers are from Generation X, women who grew up with feminism and never experienced a world without it.
    • For Generation X, job security lies not with their employers, but in themselves and in having more career choices available to them.
    • Churchill used stories in wartime to cut through the nation's fear, though he never had to sell his sunlit uplands to a Generation X, oozing post-modern cynicism.
    • That generation - once known as Generation X and now in its early thirties - is perhaps uniquely acquainted with no-strings hedonism.
    • Contemporary art photography has gained a foothold with the Generation X / 30-something market.
    • With Generation X families beginning to grow, purveyors of natural and organic products should certainly target young parents, he says.
    • Location, functionality, variety and experience must all combine to create the environment Generation X wants.
    • What if the current Generation X simply stays with obscure cable formats and internet sites for their news?