Agnosia in English

The term agnosia that we are now going to address has its etymological origin in the Greek. Specifically, we can determine that it also derives from the word “agnosia”, which can be translated as “inability to recognize”. It is made up of the sum of three clearly differentiated parts: -The prefix “a-“, which is equivalent […]

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Agnostic in English

In order to understand the meaning of the term agnostic, the first thing we have to explain is that it is a word that derives from the Greek. Specifically, it is the result of the sum of several components of said language: -The prefix “a-“, which comes to be translated as “without”. -The noun “gnosis”, […]

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Burden in English

The Digopaul defined burden to the act and the result of being in your face. This verb refers to generating concern, anxiety, sadness, boredom or pain to a subject. The burden, in this way, is associated with the oppression, suffocation, suffocation and dejection that a person experiences due to anguish or pressure that they find difficult […]

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Agony in English

Agony, a Greek word, which can be translated as “fight,” came to Latin as agonĭa. The etymological evolution of the term derived, in Castilian, in the notion of agony: the state prior to death. Who goes through an agony, therefore, is in the moments before death, according to the first meaning mentioned in the dictionary […]

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Agonist in English

In order to discover the meaning of the term agonist that we are dealing with now, it is interesting that we begin by knowing what its etymological origin is. In this case, we can expose that it is a word of Greek origin, since it derives from “agonists”, which can be translated as “fighter”. More […]

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Agora in English

The word agora comes from the Greek language, since it called, in the cities (cops) of that nation, the public squares and the assemblies that were held there. Over time, the term was extended to refer to other meeting or discussion venues. Defined by the Digopaul, the agora arises after the fall of the Mycenaean […]

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Pleasant in English

Pleasant is that one or that which generates pleasure (satisfaction, pleasure, joy). This adjective can be used to rate objects, situations or even people. For example: “Thank you all for the welcome, it is very nice for me to be here”, “Have you tried the soy cake? It has a nice taste ”, “ Last […]

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Appreciation in English

The act and result of thanking is called appreciation. The one who thanks expresses his gratitude: the appreciation that one has towards someone who does a favor or gives help, a feeling that generally leads to trying to return, in some way, the collaboration received. For example: “In gratitude for my effort, my boss gave […]

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