Translation of centenary in Spanish:


centenario, n.

Pronunciation /sɛnˈtɛnəri/ /ˈsɛn(t)əˌnɛri/ /sɛnˈtiːnəri/

See Spanish definition of centenario

nounplural centenaries

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    centenario masculine
    • This month sees the centenary of the events that began the 1905 Revolution.
    • And it is to salute the centenary of this event that I am talking about William Osler at this particular moment.
    • The club has an exhaustive list of planned events to mark the centenary, including a gala evening and dinner at Pittodrie, a rock concert at the stadium and official celebrations on the city's Union Street.
    • Their task is to decorate a life-sized cut-out of their local identity, as part of a national centenary of federation event called Peoplescape.
    • Red Shift's tour of The Third Man was launched as part of a nationwide programme of events marking the centenary of acclaimed author Graham Greene.
    • The large airshow will commemorate the centenary of this event.
    • On the centenary of that event I wrote one of my first newspaper articles.
    • Sponsored by the Shanghai Women's Federation, the exhibition opened on February 4, the centenary of Deng's birthday, and will run until May 7.
    • The Holy Rosary Church is located in the heart of the village and this month celebrates its centenary.
    • The club, who will be celebrating their centenary in six years' time, will continue with their junior section.
    • This year we celebrate the centenary of a discovery without which you could well be dead.
    • The coming year will bring its share of centenaries and anniversaries but few will be as significant as next Sunday's.
    • Last year, the nation celebrated its Centenary of Federation while the Australian Army also celebrated the centenary of its formation.
    • Opened on August 20, 1904, by the Duke of Devonshire, the grade two listed building is hosting a number of events throughout the year to mark its centenary.
    • On February 7 a service was held at the Baptist chapel, to celebrate the centenary of its re-opening on February 4, 1904.
    • At the end of this month pupils will celebrate the centenary of the re-opening of the school.
    • Later this month it will celebrate the centenary of the completion of this work.
    • Residents in Sabden are celebrating a special centenary today - the 100th anniversary of their small village achieving its ‘independence’.
    • Upwards of 500 people packed into the classrooms and halls of Killorglin Community College this week to celebrate the centenary of Technical Colleges in Kerry.
    • The exhibition marks the centenary of Bloomsday, June 16th 1904, the day on which James Joyce first walked out with Nora Barnacle.