Translation of sentiment in Spanish:

sentiment

Pronunciation: /ˈsentɪmənt/

n

  • 1 1.1 u (feeling) sentir (m), sentimiento (m) an upsurge in nationalist sentiment un renacimiento del sentir or del sentimiento nacionalista
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    • Our sentiments of love, hate, fear, anxiety, are each one of them the fertile source of whole series of illustrative dreams.
    • We all share the same sentiments of anger, disgust, and frustration.
    • Smith referred to these emotions as the moral sentiments.
    1.2 c (view) opinión (f), parecer (m) to voice o express one's sentiments expresar su ( or mi etc) opinión or parecer or sentir he echoed the sentiments of the majority se hizo eco del sentir de la mayoría my sentiments exactly o entirely estoy totalmente de acuerdo, eso es exactamente lo que pienso yo
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    • City officials around the world echo the sentiment, according to Public Works Magazine.
    • Our idea echoes your sentiments in the editorial: Learn more, to prepare for the future.
    • Her sentiments were echoed by several other members of the public around Hampton Green, a busy but open grassland area.
  • 2 u (sentimentality) sensiblería (f), sentimentalismo (m)
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    • If they grow jaded, grow bored, or simply prefer sentiment and nostalgia to active participation, the last avenue of escape is closed.
    • Their back-up teams might be more prone to nostalgia and sentiment, especially those who have honed their tallying skills over many the long count.
    • I've just given my new stylus a go and listened to this, for the first time in a while - call it nostalgia or sentiment, but it's hard to pick out one bad cut on this.

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