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heresy

noun   /ˈher.ə.si/
(the act of having) an opinion or belief that is the opposite of or against what is the official or popular opinion, or an action that shows that you have no respect for the official opinion herejía Radical remarks like this amount to heresy for most members of the Republican party. She committed the heresy of playing a Lady Gaga song on a classical music station.1113
[no plural] a belief that is against the principles of a particular religion herejía He was burned at the stake for heresy in the 15th century.725
(Definition of heresy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

heresy

noun /ˈherəsi/ ( plural heresies)
(the holding or teaching of) an (especially religious) opinion which differs from the official opinion. herejía
heretic /-tik/ noun
a person who holds or teaches such an opinion hereje Heretics used to be burnt at the stake.
heretical /həˈretikl/ adjective
herético heretical beliefs
(Definition of heresy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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