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embody

verb   /ɪmˈbɒd.i/ formal
to represent a quality or an idea exactly encarnar She embodied good sportsmanship on the playing field.1749
(Definition of embody from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

embody

verb /imˈbodi/ ( past tense, past participle embodied)
to represent encarnar, personificar The artist’s work embodies the traditions of both Eastern and Western Europe in his paintings.
embodiment noun
representación, encarnación
(Definition of embody from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “embody”
in Vietnamese hiện thân…
in Malaysian mewakili…
in Thai แสดงเป็นตัว…
in French exprimer…
in German verkörpern…
in Chinese (Simplified) 具体表现, 体现, 包括,包含…
in Turkish somutlaştırmak, tam belirgin hale getirmek…
in Russian воплощать…
in Indonesian mewakili…
in Chinese (Traditional) 具體表現, 體現, 包括,包含…
in Polish uosabiać…
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