Translation of provincialism in Spanish:

provincialism

provincianismo, n.

Pronunciation /prəˈvɪnʃ(ə)lɪz(ə)m//prəˈvɪn(t)ʃəˌlɪzəm/

noun

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    provincianismo masculine
    • It is entirely possible that conservative policies will lead to more cultural regionalism and provincialism.
    • To her they figure as an escape from the provincialism of Bursley, but they are also a form of exile to which she consigns herself for having allowed her invalid father to die on her watch.
    • Scout Finch was so caught up in small town provincialism that she regarded a Cunningham as socially inferior.
    • I think there is a real need to get away from all this regional provincialism - especially in a country where literature itself is so much at risk.
    • In a disastrous miscalculation, the producers carefully put back all the lame, dated gags and Manhattan provincialisms that dotted the original production.
    • Although the Kentucky native is now a devoted Texan, Mills shuns provincialism in his work.