1. (past events) 
Wars play a big part in 20th century history.Las guerras desempeñan un papel importante en la historia del siglo XX.
2. (field of study) 
History was my favorite subject in elementary school.La historia fue mi materia favorita en la primaria.
3. (computing) 
I check my history when I forget the address of a website.Cuando se me olvida la dirección de algún sitio web, consulto mi historial.
1. (general) 
a. la historia (F) 
to go down in history as…pasar a (los anales de) la historia como…
2. (fig) 
a. no direct translation 
that's historyeso pasó a la historia
3. (medicine) 
a. no direct translation 
to have a history of…tener un historial de…
history booklibro de historia
history teacherprofesor(ora) de historia
history [ˈhɪstərɪ]
historia (f)
to go down in history pasar a la historia;as como; to make history hacer época; marcar un hito; to know the inner history of an affair conocer el secreto de un asunto; he has a history of psychiatric disorder tiene antecedentes de problemas psiquiátricos; the highest salary in television history el sueldo más alto de la historia de la televisión; a piece of history un 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 Lusitania It would be something to show their children and their grandchildren, a piece of history for the family scrapbook
that's ancient history esa es cosa vieja
the rest is history el 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 history After 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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