unipersonal
unipersonal
adjective
1. (religious) 
Unlike in Christianity, Islam presents a completely unipersonal manifestation of God, or Allah.A diferencia del cristianismo, el islam presenta una manifestación de Dios, o Alá completamente unipersonal.
2. (grammar) 
Weather verbs are considered unipersonal because they can only be conjugated in the third person singular.Los verbos meteorológicos se consideran unipersonales porque solo pueden conjugarse en la tercera persona del singular.
unipersonal
unipersonal
adjective
1. (of only one person) 
Jaime dedicó todos sus ahorros a fundar su propia empresa unipersonal.Jaime used all his savings to establish his own one-person business.
Las inmobiliarias afirman que el número de hogares unipersonales aumentó considerablemente el año pasado.Real estate agencies say that the number of individual homes increased considerably last year.
2. (grammar) 
"Llover" y "nevar" son verbos unipersonales."To rain" and "to snow" are impersonal verbs.
masculine noun
3. (spectacle) (Cuba) (Peru) (River Plate) 
El cómico recorre los escenarios del país con un unipersonal que está teniendo gran éxito.The comedian is doing a stage tour of the country with a one-person show that's being very successful.
unipersonal
adjective
1. (general) 
a. designed for one person 
verbo unipersonalimpersonal verb
unipersonal
adjective
single; individual
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