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paradox
American English: /ˈpɛrəˌdɑks/
British English: /ˈparədɒks/

Translation of paradox in Spanish:

noun

countable or uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • It sounds like a paradox - Paris has almost three times as much rain as London but London is much rainier than Paris.
    • These rationalizations are resorted to by true believers, to maintain their belief despite the failures and paradoxes that they constantly encounter.
    • We don't like the apparently irreconcilable paradoxes adults have to deal with, and we want a nice, simple system of reward and punishment.

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