to go down in historypasar a la historia;ascomo;to make historyhacer época;marcar un hito;to know the inner history of an affairconocer el secreto de un asunto;he has a history of psychiatric disordertiene antecedentes de problemas psiquiátricos;the highest salary in television historyel sueldo más alto de la historia de la televisión;a piece of historyun trozo or fragmento de la historia
A unique piece of history is going under the auctioneer's hammer later today in London — a handwritten report on the sinking of the passenger ship, the LusitaniaIt would be something to show their children and their grandchildren, a piece of history for the family scrapbook
that's ancient historyesa es cosa vieja
the rest is historyel resto ya lo sabéis;el resto ya es historia
A job with the company was advertised in the Daily Telegraph. I applied and the rest is historyAfter Saint Laurent left hospital, he was persuaded to start his own fahion house, which he did in 1961. The rest is history
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