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emotional

adjective
 
 
/ɪˈməʊʃənəl/
EMOTIONS B2 relating to emotions
emocjonalny, uczuciowy
a child's emotional developmentFeelings - general words
STRONG FEELINGS B2 showing strong feelings, or making people have strong feelings
emocjonalny, poruszony, poruszający
an emotional speech After the argument, I was feeling confused and emotional.Strong feelingsFeelings - general wordsExpressing and showing feelings
PERSON An emotional person shows their emotions very easily or very often.
uczuciowy
Feelings - general words
emotionally adverb B2
emocjonalnie, uczuciowo
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