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Translation of "hermit" - English-Spanish dictionary

hermit

noun   /ˈhɜː·mɪt/
someone who chooses to live alone and away from other people ermitaño, -a
(Definition of hermit from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hermit

noun /ˈhəːmit/
a person who lives alone, especially to devote himself to religion. ermitaño, eremita
hermitage /-tidʒ/ noun
the place where a hermit lives. ermita
hermit crab noun
a soft-bodied crab that inhabits the empty shells of other creatures. cangrejo ermitaño, paguro
(Definition of hermit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “hermit”
in Korean 은둔자…
in Arabic ناسِك…
in Malaysian pertapa…
in French ermite…
in Russian отшельник…
in Chinese (Traditional) 隱士, (尤指)隱居修道者…
in Italian eremita…
in Turkish münzevî, inzivaya çekilmiş kişi…
in Polish pustelni-k/ca, odludek…
in Vietnamese ẩn sĩ…
in Portuguese eremita…
in Thai ฤๅษี…
in German der Einsiedler…
in Catalan ermità, -ana…
in Japanese 隠者, 隠遁(いんとん)者, 世捨て人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 隐士, (尤指)隐居修道者…
in Indonesian pertapa…
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