Translation of tautology in Spanish:


tautología, n.

Pronunciation /tɔˈtɑlədʒi//tɔːˈtɒlədʒi/

nounPlural tautologies

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    tautología feminine
    • The footpath outside the front of our house is flanked on both sides (is that tautology?) with low bushes.
    • Redundancy and tautology are undesirable, and a sign of less than careful writing.
    • It is conceivable that the key to truth lies in tautology and redundancy.
    • Julian concurred that evenings set aside for communication with ‘dead angels’ (I'm sure there's some tautology in there) were right up his street and he couldn't believe he'd missed it.
    • But really, spinning out some kind of clever model to illustrate that idea is unnecessary tautology: I can say it in just a few simple words.