n (pl -ties)
- 1 1.1 c (nature, disposition) personalidad (f) split personality personalidad múltiple (before n) personality clash incompatibilidad (f) de caracteres personality test test (m) de personalidadMore example sentences1.2 u (personal appeal) personalidad (f) he's got a lot of personality tiene mucha personalidad
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- Drawings and dialogue combine to create distinctive personalities for these birds.
- Instead it is a study of the personality traits of successful people.
- The character design and animations go a long way to present the personalities of different characters.
- On top of all that, Charles says they have bucket loads of personality.
- He had an extremely dark sense of humour and so much personality.
- It has that sense of unassuming warm-heartedness and personality.
- 2 c 2.1 (public figure) personalidad (f), figura (f) (before n) personality cult culto (m) a la personalidad 2.2(personalities pl)(personal abuse) personalismos (mpl) to descend to personalities caer* en personalismosMore example sentences
- Pupils at the school have named sections of the centre after famous Farnworth personalities.
- They cannot rise to become famous media personalities by ‘speaking what they often hear’.
- On Sunday are two resort walks looking back at places associated with the early life of two of Morecambe's most famous personalities.
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