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nirvana
American English: /nərˈvɑnə/
, /nɪrˈvɑnə/
British English: /nɪəˈvɑːnə/

Translation of nirvana in Spanish:

noun

uncountable and countable
  • Example sentences
    • The fundamental teaching of the Buddha is the four dharma seals: impermanence, no-self, suffering and nirvana, or peace.
    • Transcendental concepts like Buddhahood and nirvana may well represent our ultimate goal, but we will never become a Buddha by ignoring our immediate human condition.
    • The answer to the problem of suffering does not lie in a better rebirth in the cycle of reincarnation - only nirvana offers a final solution.

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