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Translation of "renaissance" - English-Spanish dictionary

renaissance

noun   /rəˈneɪ.səns/
a new growth of activity or interest in something, especially art, literature, or music renacimiento Opera is enjoying a long-awaited renaissance.781
(Definition of renaissance from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

renaissance

noun /riˈneisəns; American ˈrenəˌsons/
(with capital ) the period of time in Europe between the 14th and 17th centuries when people became interested again in the ideas and culture of ancient Greece and Rome, and these influenced new developments in art, literature, science etc Renacimiento (also adjective) Renaissance architecture/art.
a new interest in something that makes it popular again after a long period of time Renacimiento Health spa resorts are enjoying a renaissance.
(Definition of renaissance from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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