Translation of Renaissance in Spanish:

Renaissance

Renacimiento, n.

Pronunciation: /rɪˈneɪs(ə)ɒ̃s//ˈrɛnəˌsɑns//rɪˈneɪs(ə)ns/

noun

  • 1

    Renacimiento masculine
    before noun Renaissance art arte renacentista / del Renacimiento masculine
    • Renaissance architecture arquitectura renacentista / del Renacimiento
    • Renaissance Europe/Italy la Europa/la Italia renacentista / del Renacimiento
  • 2renaissance
    literary

    (revival, upsurge)
    renacimiento masculine
    nuevo despertar masculine
    • The medium has reason to feel triumphant, as it is currently enjoying a renaissance.
    • Popular culture has enjoyed a renaissance, and artists struggle to support themselves.
    • After a period in the critical wilderness, Bacharach has of late been enjoying something of a renaissance.
    • The original version of Spider-Man has gone through something of a renaissance, in recent times.
    • It's also behind what may be a renaissance in traditional north Vietnamese cooking.
    • Vietnam has experienced a renaissance in popular religious activity in recent years.
    • In recent years there has been a renaissance of traditional music throughout the Andes.
    • Some have argued that the activities of these reforming scholars indicate a renaissance of Chinese public morality.
    • What isn't widely known is that there is another Italian renaissance going on, a renaissance in dance music.
    • Traditional music has undergone a renaissance in the last few decades.
    • Ghosts have enjoyed a renaissance of sorts in literary and cultural criticism.
    • Despite now being aged 51, former world champion Karpov has seen a renaissance in his play.
    • Over the past decade we have enjoyed a renaissance in the appreciation of historic performances.
    • It could even be that this contract will be viewed in five years' time as having led to a renaissance of general practice.
    • As a result of the Spanish Muslim impact, Tunisia experienced a renaissance in all forms of art.
    • Pottery is enjoying a renaissance as potters combine modern techniques with traditional designs.
    • These little plastic freaks have achieved quite a renaissance on the Web, with almost a dozen pages devoted to them.
    • Britain's woodlands are enjoying a renaissance in private purchasing by those who want to own their very own piece of nature.
    • Your love life is sure to have a renaissance long before you reach middle age.
    • One of the dreams I had is that it would inspire the interest of the media and bring about a renaissance of calypso.