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Spanish translation of “mission”

mission

noun /ˈmiʃən/
a purpose for which a person or group of people is sent
misión
His mission was to seek help.
the purpose for which (one feels) one was born
misión
He regards it as his mission to help the cause of world peace.
a group of people sent to have political and/or business discussions
delegación, misión
a Chinese trade mission.
a place where missionaries live.
misión
a group of missionaries
misión
a Catholic mission.
missionary noun (plural missionaries) a person who is sent to teach and spread a particular religion.
misionero
(Definition of mission from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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