In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(act of remembering)recuerdo masculineremembranza feminine literary
- He salted the argument with just enough personal reminiscence to make it committed without being confessional.
- More prosaically, the preference for what is known underlies the pleasures of nostalgic reminiscence and the company of old friends.
- The Astros and White Sox worked hard to get to the series, but their rosters surely don't offer up fodder for grandfatherly reminiscence down the road.
- There was nothing here but nostalgia and reminiscence.
- Peter smiled weakly, unsettled by this swell of reminiscence.
- I smiled in reminiscence as I ran my hands over it.
- This one has you indulge in the reminiscence of five childhood food memories.
- Mac smiled at his reminiscence as he looked at her sleeping now in her hospital gown.
- It won't offer much in the way of analysis; it won't put forward any grand or foolish theories; personal reminiscence will be kept to a minimum; I have no expert knowledge to drop and I don't want to change your mind about anything.
- It still makes me smile in reminiscence, seeing the look on a young kid's face when you drag him off the floor while the band plays on.
- The sky turned red over Buckingham Palace as a 250,000-strong crowd and the royal family watched a Lancaster bomber scatter the flowers following a day of reminiscence, reflection and entertainment.
- The website invites an assortment of love letters anything ranging from letters of reminiscence to letters that carry promises of unspoken love.
- We told old stories, sure, but it was not merely wistful reminiscence.
- Her talk and reminiscence were one of the highlights of the weekend.
- She has not turned onto the dead-end road of reminiscence, disability and dependence, but rather onto the long, fulfilling road of life, happiness, and salvation.
- If you expect a moment of regret and fond reminiscence you're very much mistaken.
- Her existence had been wiped brutally from the earth, and yet he was already thinking of her in nostalgic reminiscence.
- I bet that anyone who has passed this stage, will, at this point have a faint smile of fond reminiscence.
- Sleepily, I recalled the events of the night with content reminiscence.
- I believe the emphasis on nostalgic reminiscence indicated anxiety about a century marked by colonialism and military dictatorship, followed by a recent sharp decline in living standards and failure of infrastructure.
2reminiscences pluralrecuerdos masculinememorias femininewe swapped reminiscences over a bottle of port — rememoramos los viejos tiempos mientras dábamos cuenta de una botella de oporto
- cutting short his friend's reminiscences — interrumpiendo las evocaciones de su amigo
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