Translation of bicentenary in Spanish:


bicentenario, n.

Pronunciation /ˌbaɪsɛnˈtɛnəri/ /baɪˈsɛn(t)əˌnɛri/ /ˌbʌɪsɛnˈtiːnəri/ /ˌbʌɪsɛnˈtɛnəri/


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    bicentenario masculine
    • The bicentenary of the event will be celebrated on Monday and Tuesday with a new plaque in the Peace Gardens, plus a lecture and children's workshop.
    • So you have a bicentenary, a centenary and a present day feat all remembered together.
    • A meeting will take place in the sacristy of the Church next Monday after the evening Mass to finalise the preparations for the first anniversary of the bicentenary of the Church.
    • But it did it and I'm quite surprised that the celebration, the bicentenary of this amazing event was not more widely publicised - it did appear in one of the English newspapers.
    • Muskets, drunken rebels and burning torches: next month marks the bicentenary of one of our bloodiest uprisings
    • Many organisations will have eyed the bicentenary of the train as a platform for special events.
    • This became the template for an educational reenactment that was to be repeated fifteen years later during the bicentenary.
    • 11 years ago, the bicentenary of the French Revolution produced a parade of breathtaking proportions down the Champs Elysées.
    • He was born in 1896 and died at the age of 92 years in 1988, the year of the bicentenary of his country of birth.
    • The Windeward Bound is a ship that's commemorating the bicentenary of Matthew Flinders's voyage.
    • The completion of the Scottish songs recording project will coincide with the bicentenary of Haydn's death and the 250th anniversary of Robert Burns' birth in 2009.
    • The year 1998 marked the bicentenary of the publication of the famous Essay on the Principle of Population by Thomas Malthus, in which he argued that the population of a region would always grow until checked by famine, pestilence or war.
    • Next year is the bicentenary of the birth of Isambard Kingdom Brunel and the stretch of railway between Chippenham and Bath is a world heritage site.
    • The year marks the bicentenary of the running of the world's first steam locomotive - the Penydarren - as well as the 100th anniversary of the first 100 mph run.
    • Next year is the bicentenary of Andersen's birth, and his native Denmark will marshal an enthusiastic programme of celebrations.
    • Our bicentenary is approaching, in another 10 years.
    • He hopes the uniform can be put on display in time for the bicentenary of his ancestor's birth on December 20 this year.
    • The council was hosting a civic reception to mark the bicentenary of St Peter's Church in the town.
    • But as the bicentenary of its discovery approaches, morphine's combination of ready availability, clinical efficacy and familiarity to those who practice medicine continue to outweigh its vices.
    • Written to appear for the bicentenary of the Revolution in 1989, as an Oxford History the book was conceived as a narrative for general readers rather than the student textbook it has nevertheless largely become.