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connotation

noun   /ˌkɒn.əˈteɪ.ʃən/
a feeling or idea that is suggested by a particular word although it need not be a part of the word’s meaning, or something suggested by an object or situation connotación The word ‘lady’ has connotations of refinement and excessive femininity that some women find offensive.1214
connote verb   /kəˈnəʊt/ formal
connotar To me, chocolate connotes pleasure and indulgence.1214
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