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Spanish translation of “telepathy”

telepathy

noun /təˈlepəθi/
the communication of ideas, thoughts etc directly from one person’s mind to another person’s mind without the use of hearing, sight etc
telepatía
He knew just what I was thinking – it must have been telepathy.
telepathic /teliˈpӕθik/ adjective
telepático
The two twins had an almost telepathic understanding between them.
telepathically adverb
mediante telepatía, telepáticamente
telepathist noun a person who studies or practises telepathy.
telépata
(Definition of telepathy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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