Translation of posterity in Spanish:

posterity

posteridad, n.

Pronunciation /pɒˈstɛrɪti//pɑˈstɛrədi/

noun

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    posteridad feminine
    • Bad enough I should have to think about it without suffering the indignity of attempting to record it for posterity.
    • Interested in Greek as well as Ottoman and Persian culture, he was eager to present himself to posterity as the new Alexander the Great.
    • In those days, I never went anywhere without my trusty camera, so I even recorded it for posterity.
    • A photographer recorded the event for posterity and departed.
    • Whether this is due to the lack of other cultural assets these people can leave to posterity is a moot point.
    • Special occasions are recorded for posterity by the subjects themselves.
    • Similarly, if you have an interesting story to tell, get started on that article now, and have it recorded for posterity.
    • Many have digital cameras and camcorders to record the special moments for posterity.
    • The move would effectively record for posterity the names of all those supporters who helped the new club get off the ground.
    • Scorebooks can reveal the statistics, and the result of matches is recorded for posterity.
    • York's year of Millennium celebrations are to be captured on videotape for posterity for present and future generations.
    • She stood filming the whole spectacle with her video camera - as if there weren't enough cameras around to record the event for posterity.
    • Gramophone companies had made it possible to record their work for posterity.
    • On the wall behind him, photographs record for posterity his triumphant expression on completing the London Marathon.
    • But hasten to say that if those revelations were a mere fabrication, then let posterity judge us as a nation.
    • Ok, the good thing about ‘the internet’ is that it allows teenage stunts to be recorded for posterity.
    • So this picture records for posterity a scene of village life that has been lost forever.
    • The first Olympics in 776BC consisted of one event - a race won by Coroebus, of whom posterity has recorded little else.
    • His influence as a composer was much greater than posterity has generally recognized.
    • It can be very daunting doing vocals when you know it's going down on record for posterity!