Translation of incorporeal in Spanish:


incorpóreo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɪnkɔːˈpɔːrɪəl//ˌɪnkɔrˈpɔriəl/



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    incorpóreo literary
    • The Stoics drew a fundamental distinction between two realms of being, a material realm of bodies and states of affairs and an incorporeal realm of events.
    • Since the causes are immaterial, intellectual and eternal, so their created effects are essentially incorporeal, immaterial, intellectual, and eternal.
    • But in the common variety, they're ordinary people who believe it's their calling to help people worship a particular incorporeal deity instead of rocks.
    • The thing indicated by the word, and the word's relationship to it must, in effect, disappear in order for language to be transacted at the incorporeal, or the transcendental level of meaning and idea.
    • They are spiritual beings, incorporeal intelligences, and they may ‘have their origins in personalities’.