Translation of animation in Spanish:

animation

Pronunciation: /ˌænəˈmeɪʃən; ˌænɪˈmeɪʃən/

noun/nombre

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1 (liveliness) animación (feminine), vivacidad (feminine)
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    • Her back was to me, but I could imagine her face, eyes sparkling with animation, her full attention on him, not slightly off to the side as it often was.
    • Her animation and liveliness engaged her young students, as evidenced by the children's laughter and high degree of participation.
    • They'd gone to a Karnal concert, and the girl who'd been talking with vibrant animation in her voice, turned to the guy.
  • 2 [Cinema/Cine] animación (feminine)
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    • In creating his animations, he films the drawings as he adds or erases the images.
    • Paintings, drawings, animations and at last the feature films all augment our appreciation of Lord of the Rings.
    • Many of the images come from Hollywood movies, including Walt Disney animations.
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    • It needs Flash and sound to get the full effect, but underneath the excellent animation is a great site concerned with factory farming and local food production.
    • The computer animation is top-notch and the characters are delightful and entertaining for the most part.
    • High levels of detail are also noticeable in player movements and animations.

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