Definición de arrière-pensée en inglés:

arrière-pensée

Silabificación: ar·rière-pen·sée
Pronunciación: /ärēˌerpänˈsā
 
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sustantivo

A concealed thought or intention; an ulterior motive.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But this military judgement cloaked political arrière-pensées.
  • In one sphere the French did try genuinely to develop their liberating and civilizing mission unencumbered by economic and military considerations, if not totally free of the arrière-pensée of French greatness.
  • Too often, when donor governments decide which of your activities to fund, there is a flagrant political arrière-pensée.

Origen

early 19th century: French, literally 'behind thought'.

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