Translation of illusion in Spanish:
- 1.1 countable or uncountable (false appearance) See examples: to give o create an illusion of somethingdar la impresión de algo(Art)the mirrors gave the illusion that the room was largercrear la ilusión de algoan optical illusionlos espejos daban la impresión de que la habitación era más grandea master of disguise and illusionuna ilusión ópticaun maestro del disfraz y el ilusionismoExample sentences1.2 countable (false idea) I have no illusions o I'm under no illusions about that
she's under the illusion that they'll pay for itno me hago ilusiones al respectoI was under the illusion that he lived herese cree que or se hace ilusiones de que ellos lo van a pagartenía la impresión de que vivía aquíExample sentences
- Hallucinations and illusions are disturbances of perception that are common in people suffering from schizophrenia.
- The intoxicated state is characterized by illusions, visual hallucinations and bodily distortions.
- They also experienced visual illusions such as real objects appearing to move or pulsate.
- Man and house are thus a perfect match, as all the characters trapped in their own illusions and false expectations of Sancher end up more hurt than healed.
- Our world will appear to crumble as we know it, as distractions, false voices, illusions and misconceptions will be taken away from us.
- Believing that our beliefs are illusions, however, is self-refuting.
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