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Spanish translation of “subconscious”

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subconscious

adjective, noun /sabˈkonʃəs/
(of) those activities of the mind of which we are not aware
subconsciente
I suspect that his generosity arose from a subconscious desire for praise We can’t control the activities of the subconscious.
subconsciously adverb
subconscientemente
Translations of “subconscious”
in French subconscient…
in German unterbewußt, das Unterbewußts(in)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 下意識的…
in Russian подсознательный…
in Turkish bilinçaltında olan, şuuraltındaki…
in Chinese (Simplified) 下意识的…
in Polish podświadomy…
(Definition of subconscious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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