Translation for 'essence' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   an essence | essences
SYNO burden | center | centre | ...
essence {noun}есенция {ж}
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Translation for 'essence' from English to Bulgarian

essence {noun}
есенция {ж}
Usage Examples English
  • Meanwhile, in Dark Castle, SkekTek is about to harvest the captured Gelfling's essence, but is confronted by SkekLach.
  • It is derived from the Turkish noun aslı whose meanings include genuine, authentic, and the essence.
  • The leaves are used in the perfume industry and traditional medicine. "P. amaryllifolius" essence may substitute for vanilla essence.
  • The final Hendrick's gin is a blend of these two spirits, with an addition of cucumber essence and rose petal essence.
  • This preoccupation with essence dissipated in much of modern philosophy.

  • The contagion heuristic can include "magical thinking", in which well-educated adults will think that touching an object transfers their qualities ("essence") to it: for example, a sweater worn by Adolf Hitler is thought to bear his negative essence and to be capable of transmitting it to another wearer.
  • Eastern Orthodox theologians have criticized Western theology, especially the traditional scholastic claim that God is "actus purus", for its alleged incompatibility with the essence–energies distinction.
  • In addition to designing Napoleonic games for OSG, Zucker also became interested in flower essence therapy, and created "The Flower Essence Game" for the Flower Essence Society in 2018.
  • ... Wade–Giles: ching1) is the Chinese word for "essence", specifically kidney essence.
  • The founder's Doctrine "Na-Ol" is "Han-Ol" means “My spiritual essence is the spiritual essence of "Han"”.

  • (c) The phenomena of history arise from a whole with an essence which undergoes transformation of form and which has an end or telos.
  • According to Edmund Husserl essence is "ideal". However, "ideal" means that essence is an intentional object of consciousness.
  • The Ancient Greek term [...] ([...]; "divine essence") was translated in Latin as [...] or [...] , and hence in English as "essence" or "substance".
  • Subsisting things instantiating the essence of [...] (real horses), for example, are said to be similar because of their [...].
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