Translation of resurgence in Spanish:

resurgence

resurgimiento, n.

Pronunciation /rəˈsərdʒəns//rɪˈsəːdʒ(ə)ns/

noun

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    resurgimiento masculine
    renacer masculine
    • Leeson said entertainment posters are enjoying a resurgence in popularity.
    • He hopes it bodes well for a resurgence in the technology industry.
    • Jackson believes that wood is making a resurgence in popularity partly because it offers a sophisticated look without looking ostentatious.
    • The reasons for the resurgence of popular tango are manifold and it is not only the popularity of glitzy shows that has brought it about.
    • The resurgence of documentary is a phenomenon few could have predicted.
    • In the 1950s its columns reflected the popular resurgence of domesticity and traditional values, to which it added regular coverage of the British royal family.
    • Ironically, in the prosperous 1990s, expensive cigars enjoyed a resurgence of popularity as a badge of affluence.
    • One of the most curious economic indicators is the surprising resurgence of that most opulent of habits - sending children to boarding school.
    • Door-to-door has traditionally been seen as the poor relation of the main advertising media, but has seen a resurgence in recent years.
    • Indeed, we now know that, far from being a ‘dark age’, this period saw an economic resurgence in Anglo-Saxon England.
    • Rebuilding those inventories will trigger a combination of increased U.S. production and a resurgence in imports in coming months.
    • It is also used as a mosquito repellant, a significant contribution in a region where the resurgence of malaria is responsible for thousands of deaths.
    • The resurgence of the Anglo-Saxons under Harold at Hastings hides from view an earlier period of Viking domination of England.
    • First, there is a continued resurgence in academic writing on the criminal law, in the form of monographs, essays and journal articles published throughout the English-speaking world.
    • The recent resurgence in the popularity of the genre has allowed Romero not just a bigger budget, but the chance to make a new film at all.
    • He said the resurgence of economic activity in Solwezi following the opening of Kansanshi mine was benefiting not only the district but also the entire province.
    • The band is enjoying a resurgence in popularity, at least in the live arena, which might be why they've just released their third live album in four records.
    • Continuing a resurgence of interest in Ernest Shackleton's attempts to reach the South Pole, The Collins Press has republished the explorer's two books in one volume.
    • Analyst firms have begun to track a resurgence in the technology industry that began to increase late in 2003 and into 2004.
    • But South are confident they can continue to build on the success of the first album and capitalise on the current resurgence of guitar-based music.