Translation of notion in Spanish:
- 1 countable 1.1 (idea) she hadn't the slightest notion of how to behave in publicI have some notion of mathematicsno tenía ni la menor idea de cómo comportarse en públicoI had a notion that I'd been there beforetengo algunas nociones de matemáticastenía la sensación de que había estado allí antesExample sentences1.2 (inclination) [colloquial]to have a notion to +
- The above notions constitute the elementary concepts of category theory.
- We see the world from different perspectives and have different notions of what constitutes fairness.
- Reductionism and the criterial theory lean heavily on the notion of analytic or conceptual truth.
infinitiveI've a notion to tell him just what I thinktener ganas de+ infinitivetengo ganas de decirle exactamente lo que piensoExample sentences
- Eagleton says that opinion, appetite or inclinations are notions of individual desire that become a person's subjectivity.
- And this desire transcends all notions of fear for one's own safety.
- But ‘the social gap in notions of fun may have more to do with age than gender.’
- 3also: notions plural3.1 (in sewing)3.2 (American English) household/gift/office notionsartículos (masculine plural) de merceríaartículos (masculine plural) para el hogar/de regalo/de oficinaExample sentences
- Store small notions, such as buttons, pins and snaps, in empty film containers, pill bottles or baby food jars.
- Crafters will often use a backpack to transport fabric and other sewing notions to a guild meeting, leaving both hands free to carry the sewing machine.
- Also be sure to get such notions as thread, zippers, buttons, and interfacing.
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Opus Dei - Latin for "God's Work" - is a Catholic organization founded in Spain in 1928. The Opus became very influential in Spanish society, above all by founding schools and universities. The aim was to create an élite which would spread Christian ideals throughout society. The University of Navarre is one of its foremost institutions.