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insight
American English: /ˈɪnˌsaɪt/
British English: /ˈɪnsʌɪt/

Translation of insight in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 uncountable (perceptiveness) she has great insight
    es muy perspicaz
    Example sentences
    • And as we get older our perspectives grow wider: we forget a lot but we also gain more insight into things.
    • We also envisage this as a discovery kind of museum in which the villagers can gain some insight into science.
    • Words leave the page and become real, and you gain rare insight into the authors, their books, and their passions.
    1.2 countable (comprehension)insight into somethingto gain an insight into something
    llegar a comprender bien algo
    this gave me an insight into the workings of the system
    esto me permitió comprender mejor cómo funcionaba el sistema

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