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other-worldly

adjective ethereal, heavenly, spiritual, unearthly, sublime, celestial, unworldly, airy-fairy, empyreal stories which encourage an image of the region as an other-worldly sort of place
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other-worldly

[ˈʌðəˈwɜːldlɪ] ADJ
1. [person] → muy espiritual
2. [experience] → (como) de otro mundo; [being] → extraterrestre
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other-worldly

[ˌʌðəˈwɜːldlɪ] adj (person) → disinteressato/a alle cose materiali
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