Translation of abstract noun in Spanish:

abstract noun

sustantivo abstracto, n.


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    sustantivo abstracto masculine
    nombre abstracto masculine
    • There will be confusion if we continue to use the word "morality" because it is an abstract noun.
    • It is Brutus who is the most instantly recognisable modern figure in his use of abstract nouns to justify political ends.
    • The most difficult task for the mothers was to explain the concept of abstract nouns in Korean.
    • He never kept aloof or lost the common touch; never used long words or abstract nouns.
    • Like most abstract nouns, management means everything and anything associated with organizing people and their activities.
    • All the stories were written specifically for this collection - all have abstract nouns as titles and all are thematically linked.
    • When God is being referred to as a subsistent thing, we use concrete nouns; but to express God's simpleness we use abstract nouns.
    • As European legal reasoning developed, abstract nouns multiplied.
    • Liberty is a ponderous and not-to-be-used-lightly abstract noun.
    • This mannered floridity of diction, accompanied by the persistent capitalization of abstract nouns, was to become a distinguishing and disfiguring feature of Bulwer's prose.
    • Abstract nouns are all liable to be hijacked and twisted, by people of all political ideas.
    • It's only because I did Latin and Greek that I know what an abstract noun is; no-one else in school was going to tell me.