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abstraction

noun
 
/æbˈstræk·ʃən/ formal
the situation in which a subject is very general and not based on real situations
astrazione, concetto astratto
She’s always talking in abstractions.
Translations of “abstraction”
in Korean 추상적 개념…
in Arabic تَجريد…
in Portuguese abstração…
in Catalan abstracció…
in Japanese 抽象, 概念…
in Chinese (Traditional) 抽象…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抽象…
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