sensation translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "sensation" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /senˈseiʃən/
the ability to feel through the sense of touch
Extreme cold can cause a loss of sensation in the fingers and toes.
a feeling
a sensation of faintness.
a general feeling, or a cause, of excitement or horror
The murder caused a sensation His arrest was the sensation of the week.
sensational adjective causing great excitement or horror
a sensational piece of news.
very good
The film was sensational.
intended to create feelings of excitement, horror etc
a sensational newspaper story.
sensationally adverb
It was sensationally revealed that the senator had been having an affair with his P.A.
(Definition of sensation from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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