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analects

Saltos de línea: ana|lects
Pronunciación: /ˈanəlɛkts
 
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(also analecta /ˌanəˈlɛktə/)

Definición de analects en inglés:

plural sustantivo

A collection of short literary or philosophical extracts.
Example sentences
  • The analects said ‘Peace is vital,’ which reminds me all the time that co-operation with the staff and solidarity are the essence of the success.
  • However many other philosophers and religious figures have used analects to a lesser extent.
  • Read and share with the class the information in the background information about the time in which the analects were written.

Origen

late Middle English: via Latin from Greek analekta 'things gathered up', from analegein 'pick up', from ana- 'up' + legein 'gather'.

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