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Spanish translation of “saint”

saint

noun /seint, (before a name) snt/
(often abbreviated to St, especially when used in the names of places, plants etc ) a title given especially by the Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches to a very good or holy person after his death
santo, santa
Saint Matthew St John’s Road.
a very good, kind person
santo, trozo de pan
You really are a saint to put up with her.
saintly adjective
de santo
He led a saintly life a saintly expression.
saintliness noun
santidad
the saintliness of his nature.
(Definition of saint from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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