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superstition

noun   /ˌsuː·pəˈstɪʃ·ən/
a belief that particular actions or objects are lucky or unlucky superstición
(Definition of superstition from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

superstition

noun /suːpəˈstiʃən/
(the state of fear and ignorance resulting from) the belief in magic, witchcraft and other things that cannot he explained by reason. superstición
an example of this type of belief superstición There is an old superstition that those who marry in May will have bad luck.
superstitious adjective
supersticioso superstitious beliefs She has always been very superstitious.
superstitiously adverb
supersticiosamente
(Definition of superstition from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “superstition”
in Korean 미신…
in Arabic خُرافة…
in Malaysian tahyul, kepercayaan karut…
in French superstition…
in Russian суеверие…
in Chinese (Traditional) 迷信…
in Italian superstizione…
in Turkish batıl inanç/itikat, boş inanç…
in Polish przesąd…
in Vietnamese sự mê tín, tính dị đoan…
in Portuguese superstição…
in Thai ความเชื่อในผีสางเทวดา, ความเชื่องมงาย…
in German der Aberglaube…
in Catalan superstició…
in Japanese 迷信…
in Chinese (Simplified) 迷信…
in Indonesian tahayul…
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