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Spanish translation of “emotion”

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.
(Definition of emotion from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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