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history

noun /ˈhistəri/ ( plural histories)
the study of events etc that happened in the past historia She is studying British history (also adjective) a history lesson/book.
a description usually in writing of past events, ways of life etc historia I’m writing a history of Scotland.
(the description of) the usually interesting events etc associated with (something) historia This desk/word has a very interesting history.
historian /-ˈstoː-/ noun
a person who studies (and writes about) history. historiador
historic /-ˈsto-/ adjective
famous or important in history histórico a historic battle.
historical /-ˈsto-/ adjective
of or about history; of or about people or events from history histórico historical research historical novels.
that actually happened or existed, not legendary or mythical histórico Was Shakespeare’s character Macbeth a historical person?
historically /-ˈsto-/ adverb
históricamente a historically important building.
make history
to do something very important, especially to be the first to do something hacer historia, pasar a la historia The Wright brothers made history when they were the first to fly an aeroplane.
(Definition of history from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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