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Translation of "nostalgia" - English-Spanish dictionary

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
Translations of “nostalgia”
in Arabic حَنين, نوستالجيا…
in Korean 향수…
in Malaysian nostalgia…
in French nostalgie…
in Turkish geçmişe duyulan aşırı özlem, nostalji…
in Italian nostalgia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 對往事的懷念,懷舊,念舊…
in Russian ностальгия…
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 Indonesian nostalgia…
in Chinese (Simplified) 对往事的怀念,怀旧,念旧…
(Definition of nostalgia from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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