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confession British & World English

A formal statement admitting that one is guilty of a crime

Confession in confession British & World English

The religious body or Church sharing a confession of faith

Augsburg Confession British & World English

A statement of the Lutheran position, drawn up mainly by Melanchthon and approved by Luther before being presented to the Emperor Charles V at Augsburg on 25 June 1530

Westminster Confession British & World English

A Calvinist doctrinal statement which was issued by the synod appointed to reform the English and Scottish Churches in 1643, and became widely accepted among Presbyterian Churches

confession of faith in confession British & World English

A statement setting out essential religious doctrine

confession English Thesaurus

the interrogators soon got a confession out of him

confession English-Spanish

confesión feminine

a signed confession in confession English-Spanish

una confesión por escrito

confession of faith in confession English-Spanish

profesión feminine de fe

a signed confession in sign English-Spanish

una confesión por escrito

to make a confession in confession English-Spanish

confesar*, hacer* una confesión

to hear sb's confession in confession English-Spanish

confesar* a algn, oír* a algn en confesión

I have a confession to make in confession English-Spanish

tengo que hacerte una confesión, tengo que confesar algo

to extract a confession/promise from sb in extract English-Spanish

arrancarle* una confesión/promesa a algn, obtener* una confesión/promesa de algn

he trapped me into a confession/into admitting that … in trap English-Spanish

me tendió una trampa y confesé/reconocí que …


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