Translation of Dark Ages in Spanish:

Dark Ages

plural noun

  • 1

    History
    the Dark Ages la Alta Edad Media
    • It's depressing in the extreme that this dark ages attitude is still alive and well in 2001.
    • When will we wake up one day and say to ourselves that thank God we have gone past the dark ages?
    • Offering business ‘service training’ for their customer contact personal so that they can offer service rather than the take or leave it attitude that is a hangover from the dark ages.
    • He brought Italy out of the dark ages when TV advertising had to be camouflaged in coy little sketches to be shown to children before bedtime.
    • Surely we have progressed as a society enough to have this prehistoric form of punishment banished to the dark ages.
    • The fifteenth and sixteenth centuries are the dark ages of Armenia.
    • The Venetian-Norman alliance, in the new dark ages of the 14th Century, created the opening in which the 15th Century Renaissance occurred.
    • That would take us back to the dark ages, to the period prior to the Magna Carta.
    • Australian Felix Noblis takes his audience back to the dark ages for his translation of the 8th century heroic poem which charts the battles of Beowulf, a Norse warrior.
    • Europe's dark ages started about AD 450 and continued for three centuries.
  • 2 figurative

    (the past)
    ecology is still in the dark Ages todavía estamos en la prehistoria de la ecología