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Translation of "sacred" - English-Spanish dictionary

sacred

adjective /ˈseikrid/
of God or a god; (that must be respected because) connected with religion or with God or a god sagrado Temples, mosques, churches, and synagogues are all sacred buildings. (of a duty etc ) which must be done etc eg because of respect for someone sagrado He considered it a sacred duty to fulfil his dead father’s wishes. sacredness noun lo sagrado, carácter sagrado nothing is sacred (to him/them etc) he, they etc have no respect for anything ya no se respeta nada Is nothnig sacred to these people?
(Definition of sacred from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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