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Some thought ebola was caused by supernatural forces. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Here he tells why he remains unconvinced that anyone has supernatural powers. The Sun (2012)The entire topography rolls up to peaks of almost supernatural nobility. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Elements of the supernatural make this an engaging plot led by strong characters. The Sun (2014)Series six of the supernatural drama picks up a few months from when we left it. The Sun (2014)But supernatural powers may run in the family. The Sun (2011)But pundits with supernatural powers are not the most curious thing in this case. Times, Sunday Times (2014)To add a supernatural element to the mix is to risk the whole thing disappearing up its own cyclone. Times, Sunday Times (2011)What would your supernatural power be? The Sun (2011)Can't live with a supernatural evil that strikes without reason? Christianity Today (2000)A number of the short stories have a supernatural element. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)River had its fans, although most were careful to attribute its supernatural elements to the symptoms of grief. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Hence, he wanted to distinguish a concept of a supernatural force that does not derive its effect from souls. Cultural Anthropology (1995)Five students in a remote house are attacked by supernatural forces, but discover that something far stranger is at work. The Sun (2015)A bereaved couple allow their dead son to be cloned by a sinister scientific institute in this clunking supernatural thriller. Times, Sunday Times (2008)All this is an unsettling misuse of the music, which was meant to convey the battle with a supernatural force of evil. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Deciding to write a book about the incident, he sets about researching the house and discovers a terrifying supernatural force behind the tragedy. The Sun (2015)I like any kind of American crime thriller or supernatural drama. The Sun (2012)The terrifying supernatural drama concludes tonight having given Sky Living record viewing figures. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It's biography as fiction, imagined with almost supernatural brilliance. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Romantic dramas with ridiculous supernatural plots can work - the classic Ghost springs to mind. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'supernatural'
British English: supernatural /ˌsuːpəˈnætʃrəl; -ˈnætʃərəl/ ADJECTIVE
Supernatural creatures, forces, and events are believed by some people to exist or happen, although they are impossible according to scientific laws.
- American English: supernatural
- Arabic: خَارِقٌ لِلْطَبِيعَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: sobrenatural
- Chinese: 超自然的
- Croatian: natprirodan
- Czech: nadpřirozený
- Danish: overnaturlig
- Dutch: bovennatuurlijk
- European Spanish: sobrenatural
- Finnish: yliluonnollinen
- French: surnaturel
- German: übernatürlich
- Greek: υπερφυσικός
- Italian: soprannaturale
- Japanese: 超自然の
- Korean: 초자연의
- Norwegian: overnaturlig
- Polish: nadprzyrodzony
- European Portuguese: sobrenatural
- Romanian: supranatural
- Russian: сверхъестественный
- Spanish: sobrenatural
- Swedish: övernaturlig
- Thai: เหนือธรรมชาติ
- Turkish: doğaüstü
- Ukrainian: надприродний
- Vietnamese: siêu tự nhiên
Definition of supernatural from the Collins English Dictionary
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