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voodoo
Inglés americano: /ˈvuˌdu/
Inglés británico: /ˈvuːduː/

Traducción de voodoo en español:

noun

  • there's a voodoo on this house [colloquial]
    esta casa está hechizada
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • But it also plays with core elements of the Haitian voodoo tradition, of Caribbean magic, and of African rituals as well.
    • The West African and trans-Caribbean influences in the South are best seen in spiritual ceremonies that evoke elements from voodoo rituals.
    • These beliefs in establishing an actual connection with the world beyond death are closer to the beliefs of African-based religions such as voodoo than to those of Christianity.

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