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Translation of "nostalgia" - English-Spanish dictionary

nostalgia

noun [no plural]   /nɒsˈtæl·dʒə/
a feeling of happiness mixed with sadness when you think about things that happened in the past nostalgia his nostalgia for his college days
(Definition of nostalgia from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nostalgia

noun /noˈstӕldʒə/
a longing for past times nostalgia She felt a great nostalgia for her childhood.
nostalgic adjective
nostálgico a nostalgic trip down memory lane.
nostalgically adverb
nostálgicamente
(Definition of nostalgia from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “nostalgia”
in Korean 향수…
in Arabic حَنين, نوستالجيا…
in Malaysian nostalgia…
in French nostalgie…
in Russian ностальгия…
in Chinese (Traditional) 對往事的懷念,懷舊,念舊…
in Italian nostalgia…
in Turkish geçmişe duyulan aşırı özlem, nostalji…
in Polish nostalgia…
in Vietnamese lòng hoài cổ…
in Portuguese nostalgia…
in Thai ความคิดถึง, อดีต…
in German die Nostalgie…
in Catalan nostàlgia…
in Japanese ノスタルジア…
in Chinese (Simplified) 对往事的怀念,怀旧,念旧…
in Indonesian nostalgia…
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