• The present work analyzes the application of the pluricentric interpretation
    to the Spanish language from the repercussion that this current may have
    to correctly interpret the complex reality of Spanish in the United States. The
    concept of pluricentrism is not innocent, it tries to favor certain political and
    economic interests and it can have serious consequences in the evolution of a
    linguistic community as cohesive as the Spanish-speaking one. It is an issue that
    affects the cultural construction of the 21st century and therefore requires research
    models that take into account other realities. In this work, the reality that
    is opposed to pluricentrism is translation and, specifically, its importance in the
    Spanish of the United States.