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sin

noun   /sɪn/
something that is against the rules of a religion pecado the sin of pride
verb   /sɪn/ ( present participle sinning, past tense and past participle sinned)
to do something that is against the rules of a religion pecar
(Definition of sin from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sin

noun /sin/
wickedness, or a wicked act, especially one that breaks a religious law pecado It is a sin to envy the possessions of other people Lying and cheating are both sins.
sinner noun
pecador
sinful adjective
wicked pecaminoso, escandaloso a sinful act.
sinfully adverb
pecaminosamente, escandalosamente
sinfulness noun
pecado
(Definition of sin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “sin”
in Korean 죄…
in Arabic ذَنْب, مَعْصية, خَطيئة…
in Malaysian dosa…
in French péché, mal…
in Russian грех…
in Chinese (Traditional) (違反宗教戒律或道德規範的)罪,罪過…
in Italian peccato…
in Turkish günah, ahlaka aykırı şey…
in Polish grzech…
in Vietnamese tội lỗi…
in Portuguese pecado…
in Thai บาป…
in German die Sünde…
in Catalan pecat…
in Japanese 罪, 罪悪…
in Chinese (Simplified) (违反宗教戒律或道德规范的)罪,罪过…
in Indonesian dosa…
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