meditar

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Latin meditor.

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meditar (first-person singular present medito, past participle meditat)

  1. (intransitive) to meditate (rest while remaining conscious)
    • 2015, Emmanuel Carrére, El Regne, Anagrama ISBN 9788433936233
      [] uns quants anys més tard, em demanaré si és millor posarse a meditar abans o després dels exercicis de ioga.
      [] a few years later, I'll wonder if it's better to start meditating before or after doing yoga exercises.
  2. (transitive, intransitive) to meditate, to ponder, to contemplate
    • 2000, Salvador Llobet i Reverter: la geografia, entre ciència i passió, Institut d'Estudis Catalans ISBN 9788472834910, page 98
      No és imprescindible estudiar moltes matèries, ni llegir molts llibres; poden ser pocs, però bons i ben meditats.
      It's not essential to study many subjects or read many books; they can be few, as long as they're good and well-pondered.

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Portuguese[edit]

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Latin meditor.

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meditar (first-person singular present indicative medito, past participle meditado)

  1. to meditate

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Latin meditor.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /mediˈtaɾ/, [meðiˈt̪aɾ]

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meditar (first-person singular present medito, first-person singular preterite medité, past participle meditado)

  1. (intransitive) to meditate (rest while remaining conscious)
    • 2015, Paloma Sainz Martínez Vara de Rey, Mindfulness para niños, Grupo Planeta Spain ISBN 9788408138587
      Toda persona debería aprender a meditar, y cuanto antes en la vida lo haga, tanto mejor.
      Everyone should learn to meditate, and the sooner in life that they do, the better.
  2. (transitive, intransitive) to meditate, to ponder, to contemplate
    • 2006, Juan C. González, Perspectivas contemporáneas sobre la cognición: categorización, percepción y conceptualización, Siglo XXI ISBN 9789682326707, page 77
      No meditan sobre sus propias representaciones mentales.
      They don't contemplate their own mental representations.

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