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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)
Translations of “telepathy”
in Vietnamese ngoại cảm…
in Malaysian telepati…
in Thai โทรจิต…
in French télépathie…
in German die Telepathie…
in Chinese (Simplified) 心灵感应(术), 通灵(术)…
in Turkish telepati, altıncı his, önsezi…
in Russian телепатия…
in Indonesian telepati…
in Chinese (Traditional) 心靈感應(術), 通靈(術)…
in Polish telepatia…
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