Translation of ambivalence in Spanish:


ambivalencia, n.

Pronunciation /æmˈbɪvələns/ /amˈbɪv(ə)l(ə)ns/ /amˈbɪvəl(ə)ns/ /amˈbɪvələns/


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    ambivalencia feminine
    • In the past, I might have struggled to join in, concealing my ambivalence with uncertain assertions.
    • At every stage, ambivalence and indecision has meant that decisions were forced upon them by events on the ground.
    • Montgomerie is equally tentative, possibly because he senses Kidd's ambivalence.
    • My ambivalence over speaking at the funeral was compounded when dad asked if I would do a scripture reading.
    • There is deep British ambivalence about openly acknowledging this.