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Meaning of “sensation” - Learner’s Dictionary

sensation

noun     /senˈseɪʃən/
PHYSICAL [C, U]
B2 a physical feeling, or the ability to physically feel things: a burning sensation Three months after the accident she still has no sensation in her right foot.The senses in general
FEELING [C]
B2 a strange feeling or idea that you can not explain: I had the strangest sensation that I had met him before.Feelings - general words
EXCITEMENT [no plural]
B2 a lot of excitement, surprise, or interest, or the person or event that causes these feelings: Their affair caused a sensation.Excitement, interest, energy and enthusiasm
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