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Translation of "worldly" - English-Spanish dictionary

worldly

adjective   /ˈwɜːld.li/
relating to or consisting of physical things and ordinary life rather than spiritual things material, mundano For many of the refugees, the clothes they are wearing are all the worldly goods (= possessions) they have. Her worldly success can hardly be denied.2507
practical and having a lot of experience of life de mucho mundo, experimentado She seems to be much more worldly than the other students in her class.1132
worldliness noun [no plural]   /-nəs/
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