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emotion

noun /iˈməuʃən/
a (strong) feeling of any kind
sentimiento
Fear, joy, anger, love, jealousy are all emotions.
the moving or upsetting of the mind or feelings
emoción
He was overcome by/with emotion.
emotional adjective of the emotions
emocional
Emotional problems are affecting her work.
(opposite unemotional) causing or showing emotion
emotivo
an emotional farewell.
(opposite unemotional) (of a person) easily affected by joy, anger, grief etc
emotivo, sentimental
She is a very emotional person She is very emotional.
emotionally adverb
emocionalmente
emotionally disturbed.
Translations of “emotion”
in Korean 감정…
in Arabic عَاطِفة, إحْساس…
in French émotion…
in Italian emozione, sentimento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 感情,情感, 情緒, 激情…
in Russian чувство…
in Turkish his, duygu, coşku…
in Polish uczucie, emocja…
in Portuguese emoção…
in German die Gefühlsbewegung, das Gefühl…
in Catalan emoció…
in Japanese 感情…
in Chinese (Simplified) 感情,情感, 情绪, 激情…
(Definition of emotion from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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