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Spanish translation of “sacrilege”

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sacrilege

noun /ˈsӕkrəlidʒ/
the act of using a holy thing or place in a wicked way
sacrilegio
Robbing a church is considered (a) sacrilege.
sacrilegious /-ˈlidʒəs/ adjective
sacrílego
a sacrilegious act.
sacrilegiously adverb
sacrílegamente, de manera sacrílega
sacrilegiousness noun
cualidad de sacrílego
Translations of “sacrilege”
in French sacrilège…
in German die Entweihung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 褻瀆神聖,瀆聖(行爲)…
in Russian кощунство, святотатство…
in Turkish dini konularda saygısızlık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 亵渎神圣,渎圣(行为)…
in Polish świętokradztwo…
(Definition of sacrilege from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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