Translation of pleonasm in Spanish:
noununcountable and countable
- Example sentences
- The phrase appears to make use of a deliberate rhetorical device known as pleonasm, a crafted redundancy that plays out the search for the most fitting expression.
- Apollonius takes no thought for style, and his work is marked by frequent pleonasm, anacoluthon, etc.
- For all her pleonasm, for all her longwinded babbling, for all her pathetic redundancy, there is still so much that she will never, ever articulate.
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