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mnemonic
American English: /nəˈmɑnɪk/
British English: /nɪˈmɒnɪk/

Translation of mnemonic in Spanish:

noun

  • ayuda (feminine) nemotécnica or mnemotécnica
    Example sentences
    • Short, succinct, and easy to remember - a mnemonic.
    • When performing under divided attention at retrieval, an elaborate mnemonic may be produced at encoding and only partially accessed during retrieval.
    • Because we sometimes learn and remember best through the use of mnemonics I have created the following mental touchstones.

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • When adjusted for differences in overall mnemonic ability, we demonstrate that the relationship between organization and learning remains invariant with normal aging.
    • To me, this isn't the occasional mnemonic hiccup, it's a cognitive hacking cough.
    • This is so because their differences in mnemonic ability put them on a different scale.
    Example sentences
    • Her poems often have a hip-hop feel, emphasizing repetition and the mnemonic power of the spoken word.
    • The mnemonic power of poetry - the rhythmic organization of words as an aid to memory - however, is central, if not indispensable, to the transmission of a tradition in an oral society.
    • The second is that the mnemonic power of a life-size naturalistic effigy vivifies the presence of the dead during the second-burial ceremony, enabling mourners to treat the image as if it were alive.

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