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Translation of "divine" - English-Spanish dictionary

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.
(Definition of divine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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