Definition of 'reminiscent'
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This one was reminiscent of Mumbai but with a dash of humiliation on top. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The goal was reminiscent of the one with which he dispatched Derby County last month. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In spite of the presence of this alarming trio, the whole thing was eerily reminiscent of my Sheffield dreams. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He loved to indulge his lovers and friends with lavish gestures, reminiscent of the Hollywood movie moguls of old. Times, Sunday Times (2013)What used to be a largely good-natured emptying of the pubs has turned into something reminiscent of a scene from the film Trainspotting. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'reminiscent'
British English: reminiscent ADJECTIVE
If you say that one thing is reminiscent of another, you mean that it reminds you of it.
The decor was reminiscent of another era.
- American English: reminiscent
- Brazilian Portuguese: que lembra algo
- Chinese: 令人想起的
- European Spanish: que recuerda a
- French: qui rappelle
- German: erinnernd an
- Italian: che richiama
- Japanese: 連想させる
- Korean: 연상하게 하는
- European Portuguese: que lembra algo
- Spanish: que recuerda a
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