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Translation of "god" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun   /ɡɒd/
A2 in certain religions, the being that made the universe and controls it Dios
oh my God! informal
B1 used to emphasize how surprised, angry, shocked, etc. you are ¡Dios mío! Oh my God! My car’s been stolen.
thank God informal
B1 something you say when you are happy because something bad did not happen gracias a Dios Thank God nobody was hurt in the accident.
a spirit, especially a male one, that people pray to dios the ancient Greek gods and goddesses
(Definition of god from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)


noun /ɡod/
(with capital ) the creator and ruler of the world (in the Christian, Jewish etc religions). Dios
(feminine goddess) a supernatural being who is worshipped dios; diosa the ancient gods of Greece and Rome.
godly adjective
religious piadoso a godly man/life.
godliness noun
godchild nouns ( goddaughter, godson)
a child who has a godparent or godparents. ahijado; ahijada
godfather nouns ( godmother, godparent)
a person who, at a child’s baptism, promises to take an active interest in its welfare. padrino; madrina
godsend noun
a very welcome piece of unexpected good luck regalo llovido del cielo, bendición Your cheque was an absolute godsend.
(Definition of God from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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