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Spanish translation of “idol”

idol

noun /ˈaidl/
an image of a god, which is worshipped
ídolo
The tribesmen bowed down before their idol.
a greatly loved person, thing etc
ídolo
The singer was the idol of thousands of teenagers.
idolatry /aiˈdolətri/ noun the worship of idols
idolatría
religious idolatry.
too great admiration, especially of a person
idolatría
Rock stars really don’t deserve such idolatry.
idolatrous adjective
idólatra
idolatrously adverb
con idolatría
idolize verb ( (also idoliseBritish)) to love or admire a person etc greatly or too much
idolatrar, adorar
She idolized her older brother.
(Definition of idol from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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