- 1.1 [Biol] [Chem] analista (mf) food analyst analista de alimentos 1.2 (of data) analista (mf) political/financial analyst analista político/de inversiones market analyst analista de mercadoMore example sentences1.3 [Psych] psicoanalista (mf), analista (mf)
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- Proposals have been unveiled which are designed to improve the standard and conduct of analysts.
- There are many reasons why most journalists, analysts, TV pundits and even the pollsters got it so wrong.
- A Radicati analyst posted responses to the criticisms under a pseudonym.
- The tool the analyst needs is her psychoanalytically trained selfhood to access the selfhood of the other.
- Since the analysand comes to the analyst because of pain, the role of the psychoanalyst in my book is naturally the relief of that pain.
- The contempt that some analysts show towards other approaches to psychotherapy is inappropriate.
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