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Spanish translation of “abstract”

abstract

adjective /ˈӕbstrӕkt/
(of a noun) referring to something which exists as an idea and which is not physically real
abstracto
Truth, poverty and bravery are abstract nouns.
(of painting, sculpture etc) concerned with colour/color, shape, texture etc rather than showing things as they really appear
abstracto
an abstract painting.
abstraction /æbˈstrækʃən/ noun the quality of being abstract
Abstractismo
the tension between the realism and the abstraction of the painting.
(Definition of abstract from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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