Translation of lucid in Spanish:

lucid

Pronunciation: /ˈluːsəd; ˈluːsɪd/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (clear, clear-headed) [style/account] lúcido she was completely lucid estaba perfectamente lúcida
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    • It's written in very concrete language, very lucid, easy to understand.
    • Critics have noted his careful research, objectivity, and a lucid and understated but straightforward writing style.
    • The marketing effort, articulated in a lucid style, has been superb.
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    • However, during a lucid interval he did give instructions to plead, but, if they had the benefit of the reports now before the court, the defence would have opted for a different course of action.
    • Is it possible to conceive of madness without lucid intervals?
    • We have heard from several people that close relatives with Alzheimer's disease became amazingly lucid for short periods of time after receiving narcotic pain relievers.
    1.2 (luminous) [literary/literario] luminoso, lúcido [literary/literario]
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    • It is a lucid, bright day, and a lush tree looms across the window.
    • It is empty space, though space that is bright and lucid.
    • What a wonderful place the city had been to leave, as I looked down at it through the free and lucid air, the plane pitching in the thunderstorm which loomed as usual over Kenscoff.

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