Translation of postwar in Spanish:


de la posguerra, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌpoʊs(t)ˈwɔr//pəʊstˈwɔː/


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    (society/development) de la posguerra
    the postwar years los años de la posguerra
    • The long post-war boom of the 1950s and 1960s also coincided with an era of cheap oil.
    • Roger once visited the sanitorium to use the telephone which was still a rare device in post-war Scotland.
    • All post-war Prime Ministers up to Margaret Thatcher reiterated the same view.
    • The problem was that the first cracks in the comfortable post-war consensus were beginning to appear.
    • The roots of this decline are in the early 1940s, and more in the post-war period.
    • Only the odd relic of Stalinist architecture betrayed the country's post-war history.
    • The book also looks at how the area has evolved over the years, including changes during the post-war era.
    • The Goon Show was a breath of surreal fresh air in dreary post-war Britain.
    • This will appeal to a more confident Britian, a Britain not mired in the sclerosis of post-war decline.
    • This information is now helping plan how to respond to the post-war needs.
    • In some ways it seems like an entry-level textbook for a university course on post-war Europe.
    • That will be the battle to save, change or scrap the institutions that have defined our post-war world.
    • The post-war French and German leaders, wearied after the second world war, made a leap of faith.
    • The first post-war motor race took place in the Bois de Boulogne in Paris within weeks of the Liberation.
    • It is obvious from the events following the end of the invasion that no thought was given to the post-war situation.
    • Constructed as an emergency response to the post-war housing shortage, they could be erected in a day.
    • That is what marks this administration as one of the truly radical ministries of post-war Britain.
    • Burnley could be watched by the lowest league crowd in their post-war history at Wimbledon on Sunday.
    • Prices have fallen because of the trend towards more modern, post-war designs.
    • In Germany the trial was an essential cathartic process crucial to post-war regeneration.