Traducción de levitation en español:

levitation

levitación, n.

Pronunciación /ˌlɛvəˈteɪʃ(ə)n/ /ˌlɛvɪˈteɪʃ(ə)n/

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    levitación femenino
    • Some unusually gifted people are able to demonstrate with modest success that telekinesis and levitation exist.
    • I saw acts of amazing stone levitation.
    • He claims to have experienced spontaneous levitation several times.
    • Matt quickly cast a levitation spell on Sarah.
    • Her studies focused on paranormal topics, such as auras, levitation and ghosts.
    • Electrodes above and below the drop create the levitation field.
    • The magic show includes a levitation sequence.
    • Levitation acts - including people rising in the air unassisted, flying through the air horizontally, and climbing a rope into the air until they disappear from view - seem to be in defiance of the law of universal gravitation.
    • He believes their meditation leads to magical powers, like levitation and invisibility.
    • Movies usually represent this in the form of mind-over-matter effects, such as levitation.
    • They made these loads weightless and floated them through the air by means of levitation.
    • He was credited among other gifts with the power of levitation: he was reported at one seance to have floated out of a third-floor window.
    • They studied automatic writing, levitation, and reports of ectoplasmic and poltergeist activity.
    • These mythological people possessed powers that included levitation, invisibility, shape changing, and the ability to vanish before your eyes.
    • A leading example is the widely attested and critically assessed levitations of St Joseph of Copertino.
    • She was able to produce table levitations, move objects without touching them, and perform a variety of other telekinetic phenomena.
    • The Vatican report compiled on Joseph cited more than seventy levitations witnessed by others in Copertino.
    • Even today, Levitation is often thought to be involved in cases of demonic possession.
    • Numerous incidents of Levitation have been recorded in Christianity and Islam.