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sub·lim·i·nal

 (sŭb-lĭm′ə-nəl)
adj. Psychology
1. Below the threshold of conscious perception. Used of stimuli.
2. Inadequate to produce conscious awareness but able to evoke a response: subliminal propaganda.

[sub- + Latin līmen, līmin-, threshold.]

sub·lim′i·nal·ly adv.
Translations

subliminally

[sʌbˈlɪmɪnəlɪ] ADVsubliminalmente

subliminally

[ˌsʌbˈlɪmɪnəlɪ] advin modo subliminale
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