Definición de vocation en inglés:

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Pronunciación: /və(ʊ)ˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/


1A strong feeling of suitability for a particular career or occupation: not all of us have a vocation to be nurses or doctors
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  • Marty perceives his mentoring not as a career but as a vocation and a faith commitment.
  • And I think at that time my vocation became very strong.
  • The newspaper has a new astrologer and he found his vocation following careers in the Royal Navy, hotels and catering.
calling, life's work, mission, purpose, function, position, niche;
profession, occupation, career, job, day job, work, employment, pursuit, trade, craft, business, line, line of work, speciality, specialty, province, sphere, walk of life;
French métier
informal line of country, game, thing, bag, racket
1.1A person’s employment or main occupation, especially regarded as worthy and requiring dedication: her vocation as a poet
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  • She was also a teacher in inner city London - a vocation which requires real dedication.
  • The teacher does not hold the prospect of wealth but is accorded respect for his vocation and dedication to the care of the young.
  • Management is a calling, a vocation that requires knowledge and passion, but also patience.
1.2A trade or profession: GNVQs in Leisure and Tourism will be the introduction to a wide span of vocations
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  • To fit in society well, a youth has to learn a skill, vocation, profession or trade for him or her to become a responsible citizen in the community.
  • Children were sent to college and frequently went on to pursue professional vocations, such as law, education, or medicine.
  • This behavior is a quick turnoff to professionals who value their vocation and what they have to offer.


Late Middle English: from Old French, or from Latin vocatio(n-), from vocare 'to call'.

Palabras que riman con vocation

ablation, aeration, agnation, Alsatian, Amerasian, Asian, aviation, cetacean, citation, conation, creation, Croatian, counterdemonstration, counterproliferation, crustacean, curation, Dalmatian, delation, dilation, donation, duration, elation, fixation, Galatian, geolocation, glocalization, gyration, Haitian, halation, Horatian, ideation, illation, lavation, legation, libation, location, lunation, mutation, natation, nation, negation, notation, nutation, oblation, oration, ovation, potation, relation, rogation, rotation, Sarmatian, sedation, Serbo-Croatian, station, staycation, taxation, Thracian, vacation, vexation, zonation

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Saltos de línea: vo|ca¦tion

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