Translation of recurrent in Spanish:


recurrente, adj.

Pronunciation: /rɪˈkʌr(ə)nt//rəˈkərənt/


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    it's a recurrent theme in his work es un tema recurrente / que se repite en su obra
    • Moreover, their posting to Britain was normally only one step in a career that will have taken them to many parts of the empire, including recurrent periods in the imperial capital or with the emperor.
    • Severe social and economic problems caused recurrent unrest and frequent changes of government.
    • As a child I had a recurrent dream about being swallowed by a snake.
    • It's been much more common to see history as cyclical or recurrent.
    • The regularity of spring rains is being replaced by recurrent three- and four-year droughts.
    • To this day, I still have recurrent dreams of the Corryvreckan, in which I find myself descending a watery spiral staircase to hell.
    • Its not a recurrent dream but I think it has some significance.
    • The disorder is thus characterised by involuntary, persistent remembering or reliving the traumatic event in flashbacks, vivid memories, and recurrent dreams.
    • In a recurrent dream, repeated hundreds of times, she saw herself walking on a narrow bridge toward the Golden City.
    • Well I suppose a lot of people have a recurrent dream.
    • The royal dynasty he founded proved remarkably durable, surviving recurrent periods of minority rule in the 15th and 16th cents.
    • She has a remarkable likeness to an unknown figure who appears in his recurrent dreams, a fact that Paul takes as some sort of omen.
    • The recurrent problems continue unchecked under his stewardship, and he has not taken the lead in response to other disasters that befall the city.
    • Patterns are recurrent, regular attributes of world phenomena or abstract examples.
    • The onset is often sudden, random and frequently recurrent.
    • I think you should try some kind interpretation of the recurrent images in your dreams (psychoanalysis, tarot, etc).
    • I croaked, woken from my recurrent dream of loading reams of information onto the computer, by a banshee wail that went on and on, somewhere in the very near vicinity.
    • She has a recurrent character in her dream - a man with smoldering eyes who sees through her soul - that makes her wake happy.
    • He refers to her suffering from frequent and recurrent nightmares precipitated by abuse.
    • A few million local men had just been awakened from their recurrent football dream and you could hear it.