English translation of 'connotation'
Example Sentences Including 'connotation'
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Ce dernier rassemble des marchés qui ont encore une forte connotation nationale.Le Monde (1999)
Le titre français du livre, Marilyn : une femme, avec sa connotation féministe, est réducteur.Le Monde (2000)
Sentiment à connotation politique dans le cas de l amitié entre les peuples ".Les nouveaux Soviétiques de A à Z
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British English: connotation NOUN
The connotations of a particular word or name are the ideas or qualities which it makes you think of.
It's one of those words that's got so many negative connotations.
British English: overtone NOUN
If something has overtones of a particular thing or quality, it suggests that thing or quality but does not openly express it.
The strike has taken on overtones of a civil rights campaign.
Translation of connotation from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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