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agnostic
American English: /æɡˈnɑstɪk/
British English: /aɡˈnɒstɪk/

Translation of agnostic in Spanish:

noun

  • agnóstico, (-ca) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Although not all Skeptics are agnostics, as an agnostic himself Dr Groves sees no evidence for accepting or rejecting the idea of any belief.
    • Sagan himself routinely described himself as an agnostic, and believed that the question of God's existence is inherently outside science.
    • As it is, my thinking has been influenced by Catholics, Christians, Jews, Muslims, Neo-pagans, Baha'i, agnostics and atheists.

adjective

  • (all senses)
    the app is platform-agnostic
    la aplicación es independiente de plataforma

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