Translation of manifestation in Spanish:
- 1.1 (form, embodiment) manifestación (feminine)Example sentences1.2 (sign, symptom) manifestación (feminine), indicio (masculine)
- The holy land of Bharat is the birthplace of many incarnations and manifestations of divine power that descended on earth in human garb.
- We are all incarnations and manifestations of the Divine.
- The Hindu temple, in all its diverse manifestations, incarnates this truth.
Example sentences1.3 (of ghost) aparición (feminine)
- He is always portrayed as an abstract manifestation of evil, from which we, as the good children of the next generation, are safely separated.
- At present they are the earliest evidence of human creativity and the first known visual manifestations of abstract thought.
- In addition, he still constitutes the paradigmatic figure in whom philosophy, even in its most abstract manifestations, is never severed from the concerns of life.
- Interest in the cardiovascular manifestations of sleep apnea has grown dramatically over the past few years.
- Social withdrawal can be a manifestation of untreated physical symptoms such as pain.
- Acute respiratory distress syndrome is the clinical manifestation of severe, acute lung injury.
- The majority of spiritual manifestations use electromagnetic energy to interact with our world, hence the bag.
- Though he waited, no further manifestations appeared.
- In the literary ghost story, at least in many of its classic manifestations, the ghost is all, and the deliberate arousal of fear is the story's primary purpose.
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