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mnemonic Saltos de línea: mne|mon¦ic
Pronunciación: /nɪˈmɒnɪk/

Definición de mnemonic en inglés:

sustantivo

A system such as a pattern of letters, ideas, or associations which assists in remembering something: the usual mnemonic for star types is O Be A Fine Girl Kiss Me
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Short, succinct, and easy to remember - a mnemonic.
  • When performing under divided attention at retrieval, an elaborate mnemonic may be produced at encoding and only partially accessed during retrieval.
  • Because we sometimes learn and remember best through the use of mnemonics I have created the following mental touchstones.

adjetivo

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1Aiding or designed to aid the memory.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • When adjusted for differences in overall mnemonic ability, we demonstrate that the relationship between organization and learning remains invariant with normal aging.
  • To me, this isn't the occasional mnemonic hiccup, it's a cognitive hacking cough.
  • This is so because their differences in mnemonic ability put them on a different scale.
1.1Relating to the power of memory.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Her poems often have a hip-hop feel, emphasizing repetition and the mnemonic power of the spoken word.
  • The mnemonic power of poetry - the rhythmic organization of words as an aid to memory - however, is central, if not indispensable, to the transmission of a tradition in an oral society.
  • The second is that the mnemonic power of a life-size naturalistic effigy vivifies the presence of the dead during the second-burial ceremony, enabling mourners to treat the image as if it were alive.

Derivados

mnemonically

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adverbio
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • One is the dual coding hypothesis that imaginal and verbal codes are mnemonically independent and, therefore, additive in their effects on item memory.
  • The author offers one particularly intriguing example of how this sort of mnemonically based representation could include activities that modern scholars would describe as portrait making.
  • Yes, that spells CAMP for you mnemonically disposed readers.

mnemonist

2
Pronunciación: /ˈniːmənɪst/
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • From the fifth century B.C. through the eighteenth century, Western cultures produced and consumed collective memory with the aid of mnemonists who worked in mnemonic theaters.
  • Lia is almost a mnemonist and is able to recall every pot that she's ever looked and every catalog or book that she's read dealing with porcelain.
  • True mnemonists, or memorists have the ability to remember lists of words, number or pictures as an involuntary act.

Origen

Mid 18th century (as an adjective): via medieval Latin from Greek mnēmonikos, from mnēmōn 'mindful'.

Palabras que riman con mnemonic

anachronic, animatronic, bionic, Brythonic, bubonic, Byronic, canonic, carbonic, catatonic, chalcedonic, chronic, colonic, conic, cyclonic, daemonic, demonic, diatonic, draconic, electronic, embryonic, euphonic, harmonic, hegemonic, histrionic, homophonic, hypersonic, iconic, ionic, ironic, isotonic, laconic, macaronic, Masonic, Miltonic, monotonic, moronic, Napoleonic, philharmonic, phonic, Platonic, Plutonic, polyphonic, quadraphonic, sardonic, saxophonic, siphonic, Slavonic, sonic, stereophonic, subsonic, subtonic, symphonic, tectonic, Teutonic, thermionic, tonic, transonic, ultrasonic

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