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denotation
American English: /ˌdinoʊˈteɪʃən/
British English: /diːnəʊˈteɪʃn/

Translation of denotation in Spanish:

noun

  • [formal]
    denotación (feminine) [formal]
    Example sentences
    • It is therefore perhaps best to say that a synonym is a word that shares the same denotation with another word.
    • In the Millian view, proper names have denotation, but not connotation.
    • In any case, it is a source of pride to our students and community, and just goes to show how the denotation of a word is only half the story…

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