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Translation of "confess" - English-Spanish dictionary

confess

verb   /kənˈfes/
to say that you have done something wrong confesar He finally confessed to the murder.
(Definition of confess from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

confess

verb /kənˈfes/
to make known that one is guilty, wrong etc; to admit confesar He confessed (to the crime) He confessed that he had broken the vase It was stupid of me, I confess.
confession /-ʃən/ noun
acknowledgment of a crime or fault confesión The youth made a confession to the police officer.
(an) act of confessing one’s sins to a priest confesión She went to confession every Friday.
confessional /-ʃə-/ noun
the seat etc where a priest sits when hearing confessions. confesionario
confessor noun
a priest who hears confessions. confesor
(Definition of confess from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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