Translation of immortalize in Spanish:

immortalize

inmortalizar, v.

Pronunciation: /ɪˈmɔːtəlʌɪz//ɪ(m)ˈmɔrdlˌaɪz/

transitive verb

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    inmortalizar
    • A bull that caused thousands of pounds of damage after seeking refuge in a Lancaster shop has been immortalized in sculpture.
    • I have a Sigmund Freud action figure thanks to a jet-setting friend but did not know just how many famous figures have been immortalized in plastic until now.
    • The assassination of the French revolutionary Marat while in prison was immortalized in J.L. David's famous painting.
    • In 2002, something I wrote was immortalized in a way I had never previously imagined.
    • Switch it on, hit the hill, and presto, your walking distance and intensity are immortalized in the log.
    • But who among us is great enough to be immortalized in postage-stamp form?
    • Ducks have since been immortalized in various pleasing cartoon forms, although usually missing critical articles of clothing.
    • Politics aside, it was a great sports victory under very adverse conditions and deserves to be immortalized in film.
    • His past had been immortalized in historical and mythical novels, and his battle against the unseen foe of the future was being recorded even now.
    • Cells have been immortalized in the laboratory, but no one knows if the process can be translated to animals.
    • In February 1997 a small group of Scottish scientists were forever immortalized in genetic advancement history.
    • Now his image is immortalized in one artist's version of a field study.
    • As a result, a huge percentage of the world's species have been immortalized in stamps.
    • That appearance of Halley's comet was immortalized in the Bayeux tapestry.
    • Dying before victory was achieved, he was immortalized in the ballads.
    • Hey, she certainly can't regret being immortalized in the comics.
    • The friends' great escape to New York and their attempts to form a band were immortalized in the television series.
    • They have been immortalized in books, mythologized on the silver screen, and featured in more than 80 documentaries.
    • This second story later blended with a myth of the American as westward pioneer, which began to be immortalized in Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales in the 1820s.
    • If I were a scientist, I wouldn't at all mind being immortalized in this fashion.