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Translation of "preoccupation" - English-Spanish dictionary

preoccupation

noun   /priːˌɒk.jʊˈpeɪ.ʃən/
an idea or subject that someone thinks about most of the time preocupación My main preoccupation now is trying to keep life normal for the sake of my two boys.1099
the state of being worried about or thinking about something most of the time preocupación Lately, his preoccupation with football had caused his marks at school to slip.2422
(Definition of preoccupation from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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