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Spanish translation of “impersonal”

impersonal

adjective /imˈpəːsənl/
not showing, or being affected by, personal feelings
impersonal
His manner was formal and impersonal.
(linguistics ) (of a verb) having a subject which does not refer to a person, thing etc
impersonal
In the sentence ’It snowed last night’, ’snowed’ is an example of an impersonal verb.
impersonally adverb
impersonalmente
impersonality /-ˈna-/ noun
impersonalidad
(Definition of impersonal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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