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essence

noun uk   /ˈes.əns/ us  

essence noun (IMPORTANCE)

C2 [S or U] the basic or most important idea or quality of something: The essence of his argument was that education should continue throughout life. Yet change is the very essence of life.in essence C2 formal relating to the most important characteristics or ideas of something: In essence, both sides agree on the issue.be of the essence formal to be the most important thing: In any of these discussions, of course, honesty is of the essence. Time is of the essence.
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essence noun (SMELL/TASTE)

[C or U] a strong liquid, usually from a plant or flower, that is used to add a flavour or smell to something: vanilla essence essence of violets
Traducciones de “essence”
en coreano 본질…
en árabe جَوهَر…
en francés essence (mème), essence…
en turco esas, asıl, öz…
en italiano essenza, cuore…
en chino (tradicionál) 重要性, 本質, 實質…
en ruso сущность, существо, эссенция…
en polaco istota, esencja, olejek…
en español esencia…
en portugués essência, ponto fundamental…
en alemán das Wesentliche, der Auszug…
en catalán essència…
en japonés 最も重要な点, 本質…
en chino (simplificado) 重要性, 本质, 实质…
(Definition of essence from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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