sentimental
sentimental(
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mehn
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adjective
1. (emotional) 
I was very sentimental after listening to the orchestra play.Me puse muy sentimental después de oír a la orquesta tocar.
Mariana's too sentimental. Everything makes her cry.Mariana es demasiado sensiblera. Todo la hace llorar.
2. (related to emotions) 
I only keep objects that have a real sentimental value.Solo conservo objetos que tengan un verdadero valor sentimental.
sentimental
adjective
1. (general) 
a. sentimental 
sentimental [ˌsentɪˈmentl]
adjective
sentimental; sentimental; sensiblero
to have sentimental value tener un valor sentimental
sentimental
sentimental
adjective
1. (emotional) 
Este collar posee un enorme valor sentimental para mi madre.This necklace has great sentimental value for my mother.
b. soulful 
La viuda observaba la foto de su marido difunto con una mirada sentimental.The widow gazed at the photo of her late husband with a soulful look.
2. (romantic) 
a. love 
Julián le escribió muchas cartas sentimentales a su mujer durante la guerra civil.Julián wrote a lot of love letters to his wife during the civil war.
masculine or feminine noun
3. (sentimentalist) 
Soy una sentimental; siempre lloro con las películas románticas.I'm a very sentimental person; romantic films always make me cry.
sentimental
adjective
1. (general) 
a. sentimental 
Noun
2. (general) 
a. no direct translation 
es un sentimentalhe's very sentimental
sentimental
adjective
1 (emotivo) [+persona, objeto] sentimental; [+mirada] soulful
ponerse sentimental to get sentimental
mi padre se pone sentimental cuando se emborracha
2 [+asunto, vida] love
aventura sentimental love affair
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