Hay 2 definiciones de providence en inglés:

providence1

Saltos de línea: provi|dence
Pronunciación: /ˈprɒvɪd(ə)ns
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun]
1The protective care of God or of nature as a spiritual power: they found their trust in divine providence to be a source of comfort
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They thanked God for their preservation during their first year in Plymouth, where, as in Leiden's siege, half the community had died, leaving the survivors to hope for and depend on divine protection and providence.
  • Perhaps this is because he believes so much in divine providence and God's redemption in Christ, and he refuses to believe that God is capricious.
  • Man's worship ascends upward, and the Divine providence descends thereby.
Sinónimos
fate, destiny, nemesis, kismet, God's will, divine intervention, predestination, predetermination; astral influence, the stars; fortune, fortuity, serendipity, chance, luck, accident, circumstances, coincidence; one's lot (in life)
archaic one's portion
1.1 (Providence) God or nature as providing protective care: I live out my life as Providence decrees
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  • Nothing but the superintending care of Providence could have saved him.
  • It may be, however, that at a deeper level than the ecclesiastical and economic reasons, there is a question of God's Providence.
  • His Ascended Glory is the comfort of wise Providence in every moment and time and dispenses trial.
2Timely preparation for future eventualities: it was considered a duty to encourage providence
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  • The hunter with the fewest marks on their card (and there is sometimes more than one, which is where providence and chance play their hand) also comes up, whereupon I shoot them.
  • The government of the fastest growing city in Asia believes providence, not planning will help it manage growth.
  • In the past, we could leave that onerous responsibility to fate or providence, and then rail against them when it went wrong.
Sinónimos
prudence, foresight, forethought, far-sightedness, judgement, judiciousness, shrewdness, circumspection, wisdom, sagacity, common sense, precaution, caution, care, carefulness; good management, careful budgeting, thrift, thriftiness, economy; North Americanforehandedness

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French, from Latin providentia, from providere 'foresee, attend to' (see provide).

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Hay 2 definiciones de providence en inglés:

Providence2

Saltos de línea: Provi|dence
Pronunciación: /ˈprɒvɪd(ə)ns
 
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The state capital of Rhode Island, a port on the Atlantic coast; population 171,557 (est. 2008). It was founded in 1636 as a haven for religious dissenters.

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