Translation of revival in Spanish:

revival

Pronunciation /rɪˈvʌɪv(ə)l//rəˈvaɪvəl/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(renewal, upsurge)

      there has been a revival of interest in fifties music ha habido un renovado interés por la música de los años cincuenta
      • a religious/spiritual revival un renacer / un renacimiento religioso/espiritual
      • economic revival reactivación económica
      • investors await a revival in demand los inversores esperan la recuperación de la demanda

    • 1.2(restoration)

      restablecimiento masculine
      reinstauración feminine
      • The International Coffee Organization provided funds to Angola for the revival of its coffee production after a long civil war decimated production.
      • Luther's power lay in these hymns of joy and strength and in his revival of the doctrine of justification by the faith of the individual, implying religious liberty and attacking the scandal of indulgences.
      • America's environmental revival is a rich and complicated story with many specific exceptions, caveats and, of course, setbacks.
      • A revival of economic strength is, in my view, the most urgent and realistic task.
      • Just as the government was proclaiming a ‘jobs revival,’ the labour market was hit by another bombshell.
      • This combined in the autumn of 1981 with a revival in the fortunes of the Deutschmark.
      • The Kurds, for example, are staging a cultural and linguistic revival.
      • If he plays like that every time he is captain, we are in for a revival of England football fortunes.
      • A revival of agricultural production in the Delaware and Chesapeake regions followed from increased plantings in the fall of 1780.
      • Hendry's Reebok team-mate, Leam Richardson, has also played a major role in the revival that has taken Blackpool to the edge of the play-off zone.
      • By focusing on cost reduction and cash generation, Lord Hanson brought about a startling revival in the fortunes of many companies that he acquired.
      • The street, lined with retro wrought-iron lamp posts and redwood benches that speak of an earlier effort at revival, is utterly quiet.
      • Boyana Film Studios, housed in a vast complex of buildings and situated in 30 hectares of parkland, has seen a dramatic revival of its fortunes in recent years.
      • Yet it might provide the foundation for a revival in Tory fortunes.
      • Improvement requires a revival of the basic features of the effective teacher training system which existed before the late 1960s.
      • We had emerged from a very difficult drought and from a world recession in '83, thanks to the breaking of the drought here and the revival of fortune in the rural industries.
      • The sad news for those born-again C & A consumers is that this revival of fortunes is too late to save the company, which will take its final curtain after Christmas.
      • The 30-year-old, who is married to a Czech television newscaster, attributes his revival to concentrating on improving his short game.
      • The Consequences of Love, directed by Paolo Sorrentino, is meant to signal a revival in the fortunes of Italian cinema.
      • The great strength of the revival of the movement, and of the left within the movement, has been the desire for unity.

    • 1.3Medicine

      reanimación feminine
      resucitación feminine
      • After an hour of intense medical attention further revival attempts failed and the children were pronounced dead just after 8pm.
      • Even today, you still spend three days brain-dead before revival.

  • 2

    Theatre
    reestreno masculine
    reposición feminine
    • The revival of the brilliant Caryl Churchill play Top Girls at the Aldwych is by and large not only a major event but also an evening to make alarm bells ring.
    • And for those of us with long memories of mincing, saccharine productions, this revival is an eye opener.
    • Suchet leads an all-star cast in a revival of Terence Rattigan's Man and Boy.
    • Instead of a romantic revival, they produce a parody of the original drama.
    • New productions and revivals of several Russian novelties have already been announced by the Met, and to insure idiomatic performances it only makes sense to engage artists who have these operas in their blood.
    • Ashtarte Productions produce a breathtaking revival of this tragic play.
    • On the contrary, the whole vacuous production looks like a revival perfunctorily thrown together by a hack house director.
    • Whether they will take a new production or a revival to Lithuania is still undecided, but this, says Hill, is the advantage of an ensemble.
    • A new classical company, Concentric Circles, kicks off with a revival of Racine's Phaedra.
    • When ENB brought its new revival of this production to the Coliseum, it laudably gave this most demanding role to the young Brazilian first soloist, Fernanda Oliveira.
    • He said the performers were united in a common goal to create a memorable revival of the production, after its long absence from the Bulgarian stage.
    • David Corballis's production was a sterling revival of a classic comedy.
    • With so many works and productions new to the repertory, the revivals are likely to be overlooked.
    • There is probably no more pertinent a time for a revival of Shakespeare's story of the Trojan war than now.
    • It's a revival of the production that the ROH released on DVD.
    • The Mummers Troupe went from agitprop to revivals of traditional Newfoundland mummers plays, and from there to documentary ‘people's histories’.
    • The troupe ushered in three successful premieres and produced several revivals of note.
    • Ironically, as the Savoy venture gets under way, it is the ENO which has unveiled a revival of its production of one of the original Savoy Operas, The Mikado.
    • Last week, Philbin was tapped to host ABC's new revival of ‘This is Your Life.’
    • As with No 11 buses, so with this early 1939 play by Terence Rattigan: you wait ages for a revival and then two come along at once.