Definición de artificial en inglés:


Saltos de línea: arti|fi¦cial
Pronunciación: /ɑːtɪˈfɪʃ(ə)l


  • 3 Bridge (Of a bid) conventional as opposed to natural: the Italian team began with an artificial club
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    • Bids which carry an agreed meaning other than this are called artificial or conventional.



Pronunciación: /-ʃɪˈalɪti/
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  • Gallagher strikes exactly the right note of charm without artificiality, giving the sense that he too is caught up in the magic of a moment that seems to exist outside time and space.
  • He focuses on the contrast between the subject and the medium, using bold, geometric lines to highlight the artificiality of the artist's attempt to represent nature.
  • But perhaps if our view was made to linger on these ‘scenes’ their artificiality would also become more obvious.


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  • The team was able to replace ears, noses, eyes, parts of the upper and lower jaws and teeth artificially.
  • Without artificially high prices the fragile British economy would shatter.
  • This, they argue, is artificially stimulating demand and these huge hidden subsidies are keeping prices low.


late Middle English: from Old French artificiel or Latin artificialis, from artificium 'handicraft' (see artifice).

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