Translation of saga in Spanish:

saga

saga, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsɑɡə//ˈsɑːɡə/

noun

  • 1

    (exciting tale)
    saga feminine
    the Icelandic sagas las sagas de Islandia
    • The saga began two years ago when a swimmer died after hitting his head on a submerged post in the lake.
    • Instead, the whole saga was blown up by Microsoft's PR machine to help them avoid paying the huge fine.
    • The Minister's gaffe came amidst a day of heightened pressure on all players involved in the saga.
    • It's fully revised, with a new chapter taking in the whole saga of his resignation and comeback.
    • And so began a saga that involved the Rail Regulator and the Rail Passenger Committee.
    • The truth is that the Enron saga began in India many years ago, many years before I knew anything about it.
    • At least one thing came out of the whole saga, and that was that I managed to write a post that brought people to my blog.
    • Trudeau's stated goal was to produce a work that provides ‘a comprehensive narrative of one of the most unforgettable sagas in United States history.’
    • Remember last year, and the whole saga of the Vicarage being saved from falling down?
    • History will not be on Blair's side, it will show that the whole saga is a great political scandal.
    • Here began a saga which though now resolved may yet have a sequel.
    • I walked out thankful the whole saga was over - it is a very stressful time for footballers.
    • Indeed Mr Jones is right to acknowledge the impact the whole saga has had on staff morale.
    • The saga begins in London with the American hostess Barbara Heinz inviting Dorrit to lunch.
    • Having heard the whole saga, I would not lay that charge at their door.
    • An account of the sorry saga appeared in a Think Secret scoop last week.
    • Later she was described as the only sane person in the whole saga.
    • The Jacobite story was one of history's longest running spy sagas.
    • And because the Internet is so amazing you can see the whole saga here with just one click.
    • Thirty seconds into the additional period came what would be the turning point of the whole saga.
  • 2

    (long story)
    historia feminine
    saga feminine