In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(percepción, impresión)feelinglo invadió una sensación de tristeza — a feeling of sadness came over him
- una vaga sensación de placer — a vague sensation of pleasure
- tengo / me da la sensación de que no vamos a ganar — I have a feeling we're not going to win
2.1(furor)sensationla noticia causó sensación — the news caused a sensation
2.2(éxito)sensationtu hermana fue la sensación de la noche — your sister was the sensation of the evening
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