Translation of commemorate in Spanish:


conmemorar, v.

Pronunciation /kəˈmɛməˌreɪt/ /kəˈmɛməreɪt/

Definition of conmemorar in Spanish

transitive verb

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    • I have laid a wreath at the Cenotaph in Belfast to commemorate the British war dead.
    • In subsequent years, the hour and day was set aside to commemorate the war dead of the Allied nations.
    • So he argued against the rich being able to commemorate their war dead with ornate personal graves.
    • Youngsters have recited poetry to commemorate a century of war.
    • How does the government intend to commemorate the war dead in the future?
    • The Yasukuni is controversial because it commemorates Japan's military dead, including some who were convicted war criminals.
    • Having mourned their dead, commemorated their martyrs and heroes, all the peoples of Europe, including the Germans, recovered from their wounds, rebuilt their shattered cities.
    • The medal was first established in 1856 after the end of the Crimean War to commemorate actions of extreme bravery in the face of the enemy.
    • Together with many of his old comrades and his wife, Stella, Peter will be at a ceremony in Westminster to commemorate the anniversary of the battle.
    • Things began well, with a moving ceremony commemorating the firefighters who had lost their lives and honoring local firefighters who had gone to New York afterwards to help out.
    • On Good Friday, continental Europeans commemorate that Christ was crucified and died to absolve our sins and give us eternal salvation.
    • From April 8 people will be able to opt for a civic ceremony tailored to commemorate the life and times of their loved ones.
    • More than 4,000 petals were dropped at a ceremony to commemorate police officers killed in the line of duty.
    • Sixty years on, that spirit is remembered and celebrated as 15 Heads of State participate in a ceremony which will commemorate the values the veterans fought for.
    • Gabriel Fawcett investigates how the Germans commemorate the losses they sustained in the First and Second World Wars.
    • Veterans of one of the landmark battles of the Second World War were reunited in York at the weekend to commemorate the campaign.
    • World leaders and thousands of people are commemorating a grim anniversary today.
    • The ceremony is held annually to commemorate the lives of all Irish people who have died in past wars or while on service with the United Nations.
    • Unlike Veterans Day, which commemorates living veterans, Memorial Day is expressly intended as a day to memorialize the sacrifice of men and women who have given their lives in uniform.
    • Small wonder that many ex-Servicemen who survived the conflicts which claimed the lives of those commemorated on memorials such as this despair of what has become of the country they fought to protect.