zeitgeist

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Borrowing from German Zeitgeist ‎(time-spirit).

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zeitgeist ‎(plural zeitgeists or zeitgeister)

  1. The spirit of the age; the taste, outlook, and spirit characteristic of a period
    • 2014 February 10, Anthony Faiola, “Swiss vote to limit foreign workers captures growing European fears about immigration”[1], The Washington Post, retrieved 2014-02-11:
      The vote also stoked fears that Swiss citizens were reflecting the zeitgeist across Europe, …

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zeitgeist m (plural zeitgeists)

  1. zeitgeist (the spirit of the age)