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empathy

noun /(British ) ˈempəθi; (American) ˈempəθiː/
the ability to understand and share other people’s feelings and problems.
empatía
empathetic adjective ( also empathic)
empático
empathize verb ( also empathise(British)) to understand someone else’s feelings and problems, especially because you have been through a similar experience
empatizar, sentir empatía
I can empathize with Dan because exactly the same thing happened to me a couple of years ago.
Translations of “empathy”
in Korean 공감…
in Arabic تَعاطُف…
in Portuguese empatia…
in Catalan empatia…
in Japanese 共感…
in Italian l’immedesimarsi (in situazioni altrui)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 同情, 同感,共鳴…
in Russian сопереживание…
in Turkish bir başkasıının duygularını anlayabilme, duygu sezgisi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 同情, 同感,共鸣…
in Polish empatia…
(Definition of empathy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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