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Spanish translation of “empathy”

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