Translation of preservationist in Spanish:


conservacionista, n.

Pronunciation /prɛzəˈveɪʃ(ə)nɪst//ˌprɛzərˈveɪʃənəst/


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    conservacionista feminine
    • Historic preservationists want to save old buildings.
    • On the one hand, preservationists believe that nature should not be reduced to dollars and cents.
    • Most preservationists are focused on traditional buildings, and popular sentiment favours familiar monuments and main streets, rarely the modern.
    • Such preservationists were also often collectors of fine art; they collected the finest of man's works and of nature's works, preserving both in museum-like settings.
    • That shows him to be more than simply the wilderness preservationist he is often tagged as today.
    • Do most film preservationists and archivists think home movies are worthy of preservation?
    • From the beginning there have been preservationists who have argued that restoration is premature.
    • Architectural preservationists, many of whom spent the '60s trying to prevent modernist projects from destroying the city's Victorian fabric, aren't always sympathetic.
    • To help reverse this trend, the Namibian government has established a team of cultural preservationists - performers, artists, historians, and researchers.
    • This school and others received a new lease on life when preservationists were able to show the state that properly renovated historic schools could actually be safer than new schools.
    • Unlike the preservationists, we believe that it is our job to manage the animal kingdom with the natural predators that God has provided to keep populations in balance.
    • Countering the trend toward developing the countryside to accommodate more housing are the preservationists, who want to expand parks, preserve a traditional country way of life, and keep urban dwellers out of these areas.
    • While preservationists can provide copious examples of how to deal with seemingly redundant historic buildings in a profitable fashion across the globe, Moscow has its own examples of what can and should be done.
    • Into this gloomy atmosphere came a national drive by preservationists and conservationists to create national parks and forests in the eastern United States.
    • In 1995 a coalition of Virginia preservationists, historians and tourism officials came up with the idea and this unique programme to mark out the important sites.
    • This is exactly what the tenants and preservationists believe is happening.
    • His concluding chapter forecasts increasing success for plant and animal preservationists in the future.
    • But historic preservationists, who have been fighting for years to save it, aren't about to give up.
    • In recent years, buildings of the modern era are also coming under the protective wing of historic preservationists.
    • Beijing officials, under criticism from conservative preservationists, are debating whether to restore old monuments to look exactly as they did before or to give them a more modern face, Mei said.