religión

religión
f.
religion, creed, faith.
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religión
nombre femenino
1 religion
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FRASEOLOGÍA
entrar en religión to take vows
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noun f.
religion
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SF (Rel) religion

entrar en religión — to take vows, enter a religious order

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femenino religion
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= religion, communion, denomination, religious background.
Ex. The individual concepts such as kinship, marriage, religion etc. ie those embodied in sub-themes of varying importance, are not explicitly stated in the summarization of the document.
Ex. The largest part of the general book stock consists of the material on the Anglican communion = La mayor parte del fondo bibliográfico general consiste en material sobre la religión anglicana.
Ex. While some sites are developed by academic institutions, many more are sponsored by specific denominations, especially those involved in evangelical Christianity.
Ex. Languages should never be studied in isolation, but against their historical, social and religious background, particularly in the case of Biblical languages.
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* libertad de religión = religious freedom.
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femenino religion
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= religion, communion, denomination, religious background.

Ex: The individual concepts such as kinship, marriage, religion etc. ie those embodied in sub-themes of varying importance, are not explicitly stated in the summarization of the document.

Ex: The largest part of the general book stock consists of the material on the Anglican communion = La mayor parte del fondo bibliográfico general consiste en material sobre la religión anglicana.
Ex: While some sites are developed by academic institutions, many more are sponsored by specific denominations, especially those involved in evangelical Christianity.
Ex: Languages should never be studied in isolation, but against their historical, social and religious background, particularly in the case of Biblical languages.
* libertad de religión = religious freedom.

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religión
feminine
religion
la religión cristiana Christianity, the Christian religion
guerras de religión religious wars
hace del trabajo una/su religión work is like a religion to him
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religión sustantivo femenino
religion
religión sustantivo femenino religion
'religión' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
abdicar
- distinción
- sabática
- sabático
- convertir
- profesar
English:
ingrained
- mainstream
- practice
- practise
- religion
- revival
- revive
- convert
- embrace
- established
- mumbo jumbo
- RE
- renounce
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religión nf
religion;
la religión judía/musulmana the Jewish/Muslim religion
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religión
f religion
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religión nf, pl -giones : religion
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religión n religion

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  • Religion — Sf std. (16. Jh.) Entlehnung. Im Frühneuhochdeutschen entlehnt aus l. religio ( ōnis) (auch: gewissenhafte Berücksichtigung, Sorgfalt ), zu l. relegere bedenken, achtgeben . Gemeint ist ursprünglich die gewissenhafte Sorgfalt in der Beachtung von …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • religion — religion, denomination, sect, cult, communion, faith, creed, persuasion, church can all denote a system of religious belief and worship or the body of persons who accept such a system. Religion, the usual uncolored term, may apply to a system (as …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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