Complete Definition of "absence"

English

Etymology
French, from Latin absentia. See also absent.

Pronunciation
IPA|/ËæbsÉns/, SAMPA|/"{[email protected]/
audio|en-us-absence.ogg|Audio (US)

Noun
en-noun

#A state of being absent or withdrawn from a place or from companionship; -- opposed to presence.
#:Quotations
#:*Not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence. Phillippians 2:12
#Want; lack; destitution; withdrawal.
#:Quotations
#:*In the absence of conventional law. - Kent
#Inattention to things present; abstraction (of mind); as, absence of mind.
#:Quotations
#:*Reflecting on the little absences and distractions of mankind. - Addison
#:*To conquer that abstraction which is called absence. - Landor

Derived terms
absence makes the heart grow fonder

Translations
trans-top|state of being absent
Arabic: ARchar|غÙاب (ÄiyÄb) m
Czech: nepÅítomnost f, absence#Czech|absence f
Dutch: afwezigheid f
German: Abwesenheit f
Japanese: 欠席 (kesseki)
trans-mid
Norwegian:
*Bokmål: fravær n
*Nynorsk: fråvær n
Russian: оÑÑÑÑÑÑвие (otsútstvije) n, оÑлÑÑка (otlúÄka) f
Slovene: odsotnost f
Spanish: ausencia f
Swedish: t|sv|frånvaro|c, t|sv|bortavaro|c
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trans-top|want; lack; destitution; withdrawal
Dutch: afwezigheid f
German: Abwesenheit f, Fehlen n
Norwegian:
*Bokmål: fravær n, mangel m
*Nynorsk: fråvær n, mangel m
trans-mid
Russian: оÑÑÑÑÑÑвие (otsútstvije) n, неÑваÑка (nexvátka) f, недоÑÑаÑок (nedostátok) m
Slovene: odsotnost f
Spanish: ausencia f, falta f
Swedish: t|sv|frånvaro|c
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trans-top|inattention to things present
Czech: nepÅítomnost f
Norwegian:
*Bokmål: åndsfravær n (absence of mind)
*Nynorsk: åndsfråvær n (absence of mind)
trans-mid
Russian: ÑаÑÑеÑнноÑÑÑ (rasséjannost') f
Slovene: odsotnost f
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Translations to be checked
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ttbc|Czech: nedostatek m
ttbc|French: absence f
ttbc|Ido: absenteso
ttbc|Interlingua: absentia
ttbc|Italian: assenza f
ttbc|Korean: ë¶ì¬ (ä¸å¨, bujae)
ttbc|Novial: absenteso
ttbc|Romanian: absenÅ£Ä f, lipsÄ f
ttbc|Portuguese: ausência f
ttbc|Spanish: ausencia f


Czech
Etymology
from French absence
Noun
absence

  1. #English|absence

Category:Czech nouns


French
Etymology
from Latin absentia

Pronunciation
w:IPA|IPA: /ap.sÉÌs/
w:SAMPA|SAMPA: /ap.sA~s/

Noun
absence /ap.sÉÌs/ /ap.sÉÌs/
#absence.

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