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Definición de “attitude” en inglés

attitude

noun [C/U]  /ˈæt̬·ɪˌtud/ us  
the way you feel about something or someone, or a particular feeling or opinion: [U] Start each day with a positive attitude. [C] People’s attitudes toward family are set very early in life. infml If you say that someone has an attitude, you mean that the person seems unwilling to be helpful or polite.
(Definition of attitude from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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