Translation of adherent in Spanish:

adherent

Pronunciation: /ædˈhɪrənt; ədˈhɪərənt/

noun/nombre

  • [formal] partidario, (masculine, feminine), adepto, (masculine, feminine)
    More example sentences
    • He was an adherent of liberation theology, a progressive movement that advocated for the poor.
    • He was, in his younger days, an adherent of socialist views.
    • John Duncan was born in Athy in or about 1785 and unlike his brother Thomas he became an ardent adherent of Methodism.

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