Translation of nostalgia in Spanish:

nostalgia

nostalgia, n.

Pronunciation /nɑˈstældʒə//nɒˈstaldʒə//nəˈstældʒə/

noun

  • 1

    nostalgia feminine
    • I think there's an infectious wave of formless nostalgia sweeping the nation at the moment.
    • Being a soppy sort of soul, I'm overpowered by waves of nostalgia, each time I visit the Chelsea area.
    • In electoral politics you either sell a promise for the future, or nostalgia for the past.
    • That warm fuzzy feeling of nostalgia was an almost physical sensation.
    • His unsettling ideas will be neutralised by nostalgia for a period already mostly forgotten.
    • There is no nostalgia with regard to past connections with the states from the Warsaw Pact.
    • I have such a soft spot in my heart for the film that it's hard to see past all the nostalgia.
    • One of the things with nostalgia is the warm feeling you get from the things that both frightened and fascinated you as a kid.
    • This again is a film about memory but this time one in which nostalgia for time past becomes a pathology.
    • So I took a trip to the website this morning and immediately got lost in a wave of nostalgia.
    • Few people can remain untouched by the wave of nostalgia sweeping the land right now.
    • Along with the concept, there was this nagging feeling of nostalgia for the past.
    • With love of nature and nostalgia for the past, they combine elements of jazz and rock.
    • In addition, many have been gripped by a wave of nostalgia for the old east.
    • It is full of nostalgia for a Scotland past and gone but full of hope for the new, modern Scotland.
    • Both works have a strong undercurrent of grief and bitter nostalgia.
    • It is also full of nostalgia as they reminisce the days of yore in the form of song, dance and photos of old Hawaii.
    • The days of the Empire were by then long gone, but not so the English romance with faraway places or its nostalgia for the past.
    • This is a show that, despite its bygone English rural setting, is without nostalgia or sentimentality.
    • News of the plan to make Spam popular again triggered a wave of nostalgia at our house.