sensation
[sɛnˈseɪʃ(ə)n]
NOUN
sensations (plural noun)
  1. a physical feeling or perception resulting from something that happens to or comes into contact with the body.
    "a burning sensation in the middle of the chest"
  2. a widespread reaction of interest and excitement.
    "his arrest for poisoning caused a sensation"
Origin
early 17th century: from medieval Latin sensatio(n-), from Latin sensus ( see sense).
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How to use sensation in a sentence?
this sound and sensation should be memorized so that the singer can learn to consistently avoid nasalizing vowels.
a weird occult sensation of having experienced the identical situation before.
endorphins in the body are responsible for the modulation of pain sensation.
she had the eerie sensation that she was being watched.
sensation is not the passive reception of stimuli.
she found herself given over wholly to sensation.
they had lost sensation in one or both forearms.
a burning sensation in the middle of the chest.
she was a sensation, the talk of the evening.
his arrest for poisoning caused a sensation.
a curious sensation overwhelmed her.
a new sensation.
How to say sensation in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)sensasie, gevoel
Arabic (NOUN)الإحساس, ضجة كبيرة, إحساس, ضجة
Bangla জ্বালা
Bosnian (Latin) senzacija
Bulgarian (NOUN)усещане, сензация
Cantonese (Traditional) 感覺
Catalan (NOUN)sensació, sensibilitat
Chinese Simplified 感觉
Chinese Traditional 感覺
Croatian (NOUN)senzacija, osjećaj, osjet
Czech (NOUN)senzaci, pocit, vjem, vnímání, citlivosti
Danish (NOUN)fornemmelse, følelse, sansning
Dutch (NOUN)sensatie, gevoel, gewaarwording
Estonian (NOUN)tunne
Fijian ue
Filipino pang-amoy
Finnish (NOUN)tunne, aistihavainto
French (NOUN)impression
German (NOUN)Empfindung, Gefühl, Sinneseindruck, Aufsehen, Wahrnehmung
Greek (NOUN)αίσθηση, καύσου, εντυπωσιακός
Haitian Creole sansasyon
Hebrew (NOUN)תחושה, התחושה, סנסציה
Hindi (NOUN)सनसनी, अनुभूति, उत्तेजना, सनसनीखेज, संवेदना
Hmong Daw nov ntawm nqaij tawv
Hungarian (NOUN)érzés, érzet, szenzáció, fájdalomérzet
Icelandic (NOUN)tilfinningu, skynjun
Indonesian (NOUN)sensasi
Italian (NOUN)sensazione, sensibilità
Japanese (NOUN)感覚, センセーション, 感
Kiswahili (NOUN)hisia
Korean (NOUN)센세이션, 감각, 느낌
Latvian (NOUN)sajūta, izjūta
Lithuanian (NOUN)pojūtis, sensacija, jausmas
Malagasy may rehetra
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)sensasi
Maltese sensazzjoni
Norwegian Bokmål sensasjon
Persian (NOUN)احساس, حس
Polish (NOUN)sensacją, uczucie, czucia, wrażenie, odczucie, furorę
Portuguese (NOUN)sensação, sensibilidade
Querétaro Otomi sensación ar
Romanian (NOUN)senzaţie
Russian (NOUN)ощущение, сенсация, шумиху
Samoan lagona
Serbian (Cyrillic) сензација
Serbian (Latin) senzacija
Slovak (NOUN)pocit, senzáciou, rozruch
Slovenian (NOUN)občutek, senzacija
Spanish (NOUN)sensación, sensibilidad
Swedish (NOUN)känsla, förnimmelse, känsel
Tahitian pakiramdam
Tamil உணர்வு
Telugu సంచలనం
Thai ความรู้สึก
Tongan ongo
Turkish (NOUN)hissi, sansasyon, duyum, his, duygu, duyu
Ukrainian (NOUN)сенсація, відчуття, чутливості
Urdu (NOUN)احساس
Vietnamese (NOUN)cảm giác
Welsh synhwyriad
Yucatec Maya sensación u
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