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Translation of "meditate" - English-Spanish dictionary

meditate

verb   /ˈmed·ɪ·teɪt/
to think calm thoughts for a long period in order to relax or as a religious activity meditar I meditate twice a day.
(Definition of meditate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

meditate

verb /ˈmediteit/
to think deeply meditar, reflexionar He was meditating on his troubles.
to spend short, regular periods in deep (especially religious) thought meditar He meditates twice a day.
meditation noun
meditación transcendental meditation.
meditative /-tətiv, (American) -teitiv/ adjective
thoughtful meditativo, pensativo a meditative mood.
meditatively adverb
pensativamente
(Definition of meditate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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