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Exemplos de frases que contêm emotional

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Yet this betrays an acute lack of emotional intelligence. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The nation has risen up in emotional support of the accused woman. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It would have been easy to get emotional for being dropped for no reason. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It all has a huge financial and emotional impact on people 's lives. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Three-quarters admit to eating for emotional reasons, rather than hunger. The Sun (2016)Tell her you are under stress yourself and can't provide all the emotional support she needs. The Sun (2016)Some people got quite emotional. The Sun (2017)Previously Gatland considered him rather too emotional to lead, but he has matured on and off the pitch. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They claim to get emotional support there. The Sun (2006)The storytelling emphasis here is on emotional impact rather than humour. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They contribute emotional intelligence and insight to the classroom. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They could lean on each other for financial and emotional support. Christianity Today (2000)Seeing people in emotional and physical pain can be very difficult. The Sun (2010)Their basic relationship goes into one emotional compartment and flings in another. The Sun (2012)People get very emotional about family fortunes coming down through different generations and they get very upset. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Some forms of modern art focus on experimentation rather than emotional appeal. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Leaders need emotional intelligence to read the situation and keep things healthy. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The last day is an emotional one at the workshop. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She was eccentric and expressive and we found a strong emotional connection. The Sun (2009)He was always right but he would get so emotional with it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But his language remains coldly factual rather than emotional. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was emotional talking to people who came to support us. The Sun (2014)When you talk to the family you could get the financial and emotional support to fulfil a deeply personal dream. The Sun (2010)But emotional abuse is especially vague. Times, Sunday Times (2007)At work that is serious, and why emotional intelligence is thought so important for managers. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I was blown away by it, especially the emotional quality it has. The Sun (2015)

Tendências de emotional

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Traduções de emotional

Inglês Britânico: emotional /ɪˈməʊʃənl/ ADJECTIVE
Emotional means relating to emotions and feelings.
I needed emotional support.
  • Inglês Americano: emotional
  • Árabe: عاطِفِيّ
  • Português Brasileiro: emocional
  • Chinês: 情感的
  • Croata: emocionalan
  • Tcheco: citový
  • Dinamarquês: følelsesmæssig
  • Holandês: emotioneel
  • Espanhol Europeu: emocional
  • Finlandês: tunteellinen
  • Francês: émotif
  • Alemão: emotional
  • Grego: συναισθηματικός
  • Italiano: commovente
  • Japonês: 感情の
  • Coreano: 감정의
  • Norueguês: følelsesmessig
  • Polonês: emocjonalny
  • Português Europeu: emocional
  • Romeno: afectiv
  • Russo: эмоциональный
  • Espanhol: emocional
  • Sueco: känslosam
  • Tailandês: เกี่ยวกับอารมณ์
  • Turco: duygusal
  • Ucraniano: емоційний
  • Vietnamita: xúc động

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