Translation of prewar in Spanish:

prewar

Pronunciation /priːˈwɔː//priˈwɔr/

adjective

  • 1

    de antes de la guerra
    de preguerra
    • The pre-war oligarchic elite immediately sought to restore society's previous ordering.
    • But my mother used to say, Oh, Julie, if you could only have known it in pre-war times.
    • We'll work on it, and we'll move forward and we'll get them back to pre-war levels here in the next 60 days.
    • It is important to underline that the heroine represents both pre-war and post-war values.
    • In a sense, a pre-war situation is much more difficult for the media to cover.
    • Dunbar, born in Mississippi in 1904, was one of the last direct links to the unpolished, pre-war blues.
    • The Johnston Road project requires the developer to conserve five pre-war buildings of historic value.
    • To the north the route to the summit on which pre-war Everest expeditions pinned their hopes looked in its upper reaches prohibitively steep.
    • Tullow had won the last pre-war Carlow Juvenile Football title in 1938 and won it again a decade later.
    • Countless stories have been told by my older cousins about the pre-war visits to my grandparents' house in the mountains.
    • In many colonies, the pre-war naval volunteer forces were expanded.
    • Sindelar's slight frame was the talk of pre-war Viennese football.
    • Gareth Parker has posted a reminder on some other pre-war predictions that didn't pan out and aren't receiving quite as much attention now.
    • Unlike the pre-war fast bowlers he was an excellent fielder in the deep and was possessed of a wonderful throwing arm.
    • Old-fashioned streetlamps hanging from bare cables, reminiscent of pre-war Shanghai.
    • The wooden structure is typical of pre-war urban style residences.
    • Proposals for preserving the five pre-war buildings were also important.
    • Perhaps he meant his play to be a parody of a pre-war drawing room drama rather than the travesty that was portrayed on the stage of Richmond Theatre.
    • The narration moves across a few decades, with the most engaging part set in the pre-war days of the late 1920s and 30s.
    • The low cost is due in large part to generous pre-war government subsidies on petroleum products that remain in place today.