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metafísico

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EtymologyEdit

From metafísica (metaphysics), from Medieval Latin metaphysica (metaphysics), from Byzantine Greek μεταφυσικά (metaphusika).

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NounEdit

metafísico m (plural metafísicos, feminine metafísica, feminine plural metafísicas)

  1. metaphysician (philosopher who specializes in the scholarly study of metaphysics)

AdjectiveEdit

metafísico m (feminine metafísica plural metafísicos feminine plural metafísicas; comparable)

  1. (not comparable) metaphysical (of or pertaining to metaphysics)
  2. metaphysical (immaterial, supersensual, not physical)
  3. (figuratively) incomprehensible (hard to understand)

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From meta- +‎ físico.

AdjectiveEdit

metafísico m (feminine metafísica, masculine plural metafísicos, feminine plural metafísicas)

  1. metaphysical

NounEdit

metafísico m (plural metafísicos, feminine metafísica)

  1. metaphysician