In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(feeling, impression)sensación femininea strange sensation — una sensación extraña
- he had no sensation in his arm — tenía el brazo insensible
- I haven't been able to suspend that feeling I had in Europe of not-knowingness, a sensation that I enjoyed at the time.
- And again, I have the odd sensation that you are not disagreeing.
- The dream and aftermath are always the same; a field of sorts, a path and the sensation that he's walking down the path at a great speed.
- Does my body remember the physical sensation of holding an item, and transfer this feeling to the virtual environment, though my mind has since forgotten?
- This would have been appropriate had it not been for the nagging sensation that the emptiness should be credited to the actor and not the character.
- They were then flooded with white light and felt a tingling sensation go through their bodies.
- What a strange sensation that was for me, my quiet, gentle father being part of the greatest invasion force in history.
- And even now, a year on, I can still recall those feelings of fear and self-doubt - even down to the physical sensation of my stomach twisting into knots.
- In the early stages of addiction, users typically report relatively slight physical sensations, euphoria and laughter.
- Just the eerie sensation that was present in the creepy scenery.
- Sleep was a short reprieve from the burning sensation that filled her body and the emptiness of her mind.
- Shades, like iPods, give you the gratifying sensation that you are starring in your own movie - not to mention a host of other exclusive benefits.
- It connects the physical sensation of pain to feelings of distress.
- Sometimes I have the sensation that I've known it already.
- And few of us have not been tempted by harmless superstition: a sensation that something may have happened for a purpose.
- Rick felt massive electromagnetic fields in several rooms in Duff Green, a sensation that confirms to him the presence of paranormal activity.
- Let your mind be quiet, and observe the sensations of your physical body - blood flow, heartbeat, lungs moving, an itch.
- Some individuals also experience extreme hallucinations, such as the sensation that there are bugs crawling beneath the skin.
- I had the distinct sensation that I was a puppet of an addictive manipulator, that there was a kind of sinister hand which was forcing me in directions that I didn't like.
- Common characteristics of esophageal pain include sensations of burning, pressing, stabbing, or gripping.
- Cold and wet were two of the only physical sensations he could feel… aside from pain.
- We note, perhaps, sensations passing through our bodies, pressure, warmth and coolness, lightness, tingling.
- My flesh quickly becoming alive with electric sensations, my body cries out as the pain increases.
- Many unusual sensations may occur: perceptions of light are common along with a feeling of floating or lightness in the limbs.
- As I wandered on and sat in those seats and stared at that coffee machine and those notice boards, I had the strange sensation that none of us had ever left.
- The relative said Mollick said she felt burning sensations about her body, but did not realise that she was shot until she saw her blood.
- Instead, it presents the listener with the sensation that this work is being created anew.
- Just as the physical sensation of pain lets us know that something is wrong with our bodies, so our feelings let us know when something is wrong with out hearts.
- This consists of introspection focused on concerned body parts and/or problematic physical sensations.
- That is, how is this understanding of the relation between mind and body supposed to explain our having the particular sensations, or perceptions, of things that we do have?
- We begin to notice that while we thought we were paying attention to our abdomen, we were not actually aware of the literal physical sensations of this part of our body.
- And an unusual sensation that I've stepped out of a lift onto the wrong floor.
- A toxic cloud at the edge of awareness, a sensation that something is amiss?
- The sensation that they are being pressured to attack rather than persuaded to attack is - and should be - profoundly discomforting.
- But as even the tiniest elements of our small talk have to be translated, I'm gripped by the giddy sensation that the world has just ground to a halt.
- For example, moving slowly and steadily while lifting weights helps you pay attention to body sensations and spot pain before you're injured.
- All he can do is note the general sensation that he is part of something exceptional and overwhelming, something not he, nor anyone else, is prepared to take in.
- Putting the glass back down on the table, he let his gaze settle on Ali as she leant back in her chair, closing her eyes and shuddering slightly as the burning sensation spread throughout her body.
- I like the sensation that you are never completely safe.
- As the finger connected with the middle of my forehead, however, a burning sensation began there, sending a chill up and down my spine.
1.2(ability to feel)sensibilidad feminine
- In the case of sensation, the capacity for perception in the sense organ is actualized by the operation on it of the perceptible object.
- In perception and in sensation, consciousness need not reside in the intentional objects of awareness in order for the state of awareness to be conscious.
- There is also almost always a marked improvement in the feeling in the limbs which have often lost sensation.
- There are particular parts of the cerebral cortex related to sensation and perception, and areas that enter into the planning, beginning, and control of movement.
- Modern urban societies are increasingly mental and decreasingly emotion, perception and sensation oriented.
- The effect is most obvious in those parts of the brain concerned with movement, sensation, speech and vision, which are situated close together.
- This method for measuring the perception of respiratory sensation may be a viable alternative to the bronchial provocation test.
- That feels or is capable of feeling; having the power or function of sensation or of perception by the senses.
- I had full sensation - an absolute torment when you can't scratch an itch or move a cramped limb.
- There are lovely passages that evoke the original's themes of memory, loss, sensation, nature, and the ability of art to make all of this clear.
- In an information-processing approach there are no clear lines of demarcation between sensation, perception, and cognition.
- On the stronger understanding, Condillac meant to say that sensation produces all of the other capacities of the soul.
- The knockout mice had greatly reduced touch sensitivity when compared to normal mice, but touch sensation did not disappear entirely.
- By bypassing the normal hearing apparatus it provides an artificial hearing sensation to deaf people.
- And these days, the most popular sensation is that of smell - especially when you're around politics.
- He also co-authored an introductory text on the study of sensation and perceptual processes.
- Perception without sensation is rare, according to Humphrey.
- We have been talking about the intentionality of consciousness, the role of sensation in perception, and so on.
- He then gradually lost sensation in his right arm, hand and leg, with marked motor disability of his right hand, and developed dizziness.
- He suddenly lost all sensation in his legs and tried his best to see what had happened to him.
2.1(furor)sensación feminineto cause / create a sensation — hacer furor informal
- It naturally caused a sensation and there was a temporary surge of interest.
- Her case caused a sensation earlier in the year and outraged her parents.
- Darwin caused a sensation when he published the work in 1871.
- But the British Museum caused a sensation in the early 1800s when it dared display the Elgin Marbles.
- To say this book caused a sensation is to understate its impact.
2.2(success)the play was a sensation on Broadway — la obra fue todo un éxito en Broadway
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