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Translation of "subliminal" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

subliminal

adjective
 
 
/ˌsʌbˈlɪm.ɪ.nəl/
not recognized or understood by the conscious mind, but still having an influence on it
下意識的,潛意識的
The Prime Minister was interviewed in front of a factory to give the subliminal message that he was a man of the people.
首相在一家工廠前接受採訪,暗示自己和老百姓打成一片。
Science of psychology and psychoanalysisMind and personality
describes advertising that uses indirect ways of influencing people to be attracted to a product, such as using a picture of a farm to advertise food to suggest that it is fresh
(廣告)隱性的
Advertising, marketing and merchandisingRetailing
Translations of “subliminal”
in Chinese (Simplified) 下意识的,潜意识的, (广告)隐性的…
(Definition of subliminal from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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