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1empatía femininethey're in perfect empathy with each other — están perfectamente compenetrados
- Such a metaphor betrays a complete lack of understanding, of empathy with Victorian culture.
- There is a frightening lack of empathy and of understanding of the condition of the elderly.
- A little bit of empathy and understanding might go a long way in making their life easier.
- It is easy to understand the natural empathy between a Prime Minister and a top football manager.
- Nothing was done for effect, he was incredibly generous, talented and showed great empathy.
- He has no empathy with, or sympathy for, this officer who has children to think about.
- Among the violence, there are also moments of empathy and humanity, which shine out like a beacon.
- That almost supernatural talent for empathy was his greatest political gift.
- She had no hidden agenda, no axe to grind, just great empathy and overwhelming sympathy.
- The money will be used to fund an initiative designed to help offenders develop empathy with their victims.
- I was a few paces on before I even considered my selfishness and lack of empathy.
- Because we have that empathy, we are good at sympathetically guiding and advising.
- It was an act, first and foremost, of solidarity with the victims and of empathy with their families.
- All art criticism is necessarily subjective, but such complete empathy with an artist is rare.
- The use of touch with reflexology breaks down barriers and establishes empathy.
- I feel a degree of empathy for the man held hostage, and for his family.
- Finally, proximity makes for empathy and justifies the inevitable risks for intervention.
- Her experiences gave her a sense of empathy and responsibility, she says.
- Often politicians are accused of having no powers of empathy whatsoever.
- People here have a warm way of showing empathy but at the same time respecting your private grief.