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divine

adjective /diˈvain/
of or belonging to God or a god
divino
divine wisdom.
very good or excellent
divino, precioso
What divine weather!
divination /divi-/ noun
adivinación
a process of divination.
diviner noun a person who has or claims a special ability to find hidden water or metals.
zahorí
divining noun discovering the presence of underground water, metal etc by holding a divining-rod which moves when held directly above the water etc
adivinación
water-divining.
divinity /-ˈvi-/ noun ( plural divinities) religious studies
teología
She studied divinity at Oxford.
a god or goddess
divinidad
The ancient Greeks worshipped many divinities.
the state of being divine
divinidad
the divinity of God.
Translations of “divine”
in Korean 신의…
in Arabic إلهَي, مُقَدَّس…
in French divin, admirable…
in Italian divino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 似神一樣的, 神的, 像神一樣的…
in Russian божественный…
in Turkish ilahi, ulu, yüce…
in Polish boski…
in Portuguese divino…
in German göttlich, himmlisch…
in Catalan diví…
in Japanese 神聖な, 神の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 似神一样的, 神的, 像神一样的…
(Definition of divine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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