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Translation of "animation" - English-Spanish dictionary

animation

noun   /ˌæn.ɪˈmeɪ.ʃən/
[no plural] enthusiasm and energy animación, vivacidad She spoke with great animation about her latest discoveries.2127
moving images created from drawings, models, etc. that are photographed or created by a computer animación Encyclopedias on CD-ROM include sound, illustrations, and simple animations. Thanks to computer animation, it is now possible to make cartoons much more quickly than in the past.270
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