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Translation of "pray" - English-Spanish dictionary

pray

verb   /preɪ/
A2 to speak to a god in order to show your feelings or to ask for something rezar Let us pray for all the sick children.
(Definition of pray from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pray

verb /prei/
to speak reverently to God or a god in order to express thanks, make a request etc rezar, orar Let us pray She prayed to God to help her.
to hope earnestly rezar por, rogar Everybody is praying for rain.
prayer noun
(an) act of praying oración, rezo a book of prayer The child said his prayers My prayers have been answered (=I’ve got what I desired).
pray is a verb: to pray (not prey) for peace.
(Definition of pray from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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