Translation: from spanish

for posterity

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  • Prosperity for Posterity Party — The Prosperity for Posterity Party (PPP) was a short lived political party in Manitoba, Canada. It was established for the 1953 provincial election, but dissolved before the election took place.The party was established by William Bayley, who had …   Wikipedia

  • leave behind for posterity — leave for the coming generations, leave a legacy for the future …   English contemporary dictionary

  • posterity — [[t]pɒste̱rɪti[/t]] N UNCOUNT: oft for N You can refer to everyone who will be alive in the future as posterity. [FORMAL] A photographer recorded the scene on video for posterity... Was he making these notes for the benefit of posterity? …   English dictionary

  • posterity — pos|ter|i|ty [pɔˈsterıti US pa: ] n [U] formal all the people in the future who will be alive after you are dead preserve/record/keep etc sth for posterity ▪ a priceless work of art that must be kept for posterity …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • posterity — noun (U) people who will live after you are dead: preserve sth for posterity: We must preserve these songs for posterity …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • posterity —    Future generations; or all of a person s decendants. What motivates an artist (or a collector or an educator) and to work really hard and well at it is most likely to be: pleasing oneself and the contemporaries about whom one most cares. Right …   Glossary of Art Terms

  • posterity — noun the names of those who died are recorded for posterity Syn: future generations, the future …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • posterity — [pɒˈsterəti] noun [U] the people who will live in the future after you are dead We have a duty to preserve great works of art for posterity.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • Posterity of Heaven — Hangul 천손 Hanja 天孫 Revised Romanization …   Wikipedia

  • posterity — late 14c., from O.Fr. posterité, from L. posteritatem (nom. posteritas) the condition of coming after, from posterus coming after, subsequent, from post after (see POST (Cf. post )). O.E. words for this included æftercneoreso, framcynn …   Etymology dictionary

  • posterity — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Future generations Nouns 1. posterity, progeny, issue, fruit, seed, offspring, young, flesh and blood; brood, litter, farrow, spawn, spat, clutch, seed, product; [extended, institutional, or nuclear]… …   English dictionary for students


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