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Translation of "impulse" - English-Spanish dictionary

impulse

noun   /ˈɪm·pʌls/
a sudden feeling that you must do something impulso Her first impulse was to run away.
(Definition of impulse from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

impulse

noun /ˈimpals/
a sudden desire to do something, without thinking about the consequences impulso I bought the dress on impulse – I didn’t really need it
a sudden force or stimulation impulso an electrical impulse.
impulsive /-siv/ adjective
done, or likely to act, suddenly, without careful thought impulsivo an impulsive action You’re far too impulsive!
impulsively adverb
impulsivamente She has a tendency to act impulsively.
impulsiveness noun
impulsividad
(Definition of impulse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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