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clairvoyant
American English: /ˌklɛrˈvɔɪənt/
British English: /klɛːˈvɔɪənt/

Translation of clairvoyant in Spanish:

noun

adjective

  • (powers/experiences)
    I'm not clairvoyant, you know!
    ¡no soy clarividente!
    Example sentences
    • Samantha does in fact have completely reliable clairvoyant power, and her belief about the President did result from the operation of that power.
    • Their location was not a secret to those with clairvoyant powers.
    • Now imagine that one of these individuals knows all about the counter-evidence and is thus sceptical about the existence of clairvoyant powers.

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