Complete Definition of "vacuity"

English

Etymology
From L. vacuitas.

Noun
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en-noun|vacuities

  1. emptiness

#* 1748. David Hume. Enquiry concerning Human Understanding. Section 3. § 13.
#*: to find so sensible a breach or vacuity in the course of the passions, by means of this breach in the connexion of ideas;

  1. vacuum
  2. idleness
  3. a pointless or inane remark

Translations
trans-top|emptiness
Portuguese: t|pt|vacuidade|f
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trans-top|vacuum
Portuguese: t|pt|vácuo|m
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trans-top|idleness
Portuguese: t|pt|inatividade|f
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trans-top|a pointless or inane remark
Portuguese: t|pt|vacuidade|f
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