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preach

verb   /priːtʃ/
to talk to a group of people about a religious subject, usually in a church predicar
(Definition of preach from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

preach

verb /priːtʃ/
to give a talk (called a sermon), usually during a religious service, about religious or moral matters predicar The vicar preached (a sermon) on/about pride.
to speak to someone as though giving a sermon sermonear, dar un sermón Don’t preach at me!
to advise aconsejar He preaches caution when buying a secondhand car.
preacher noun
predicador; pastor
(Definition of preach from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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