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believer

Pronunciation: /bəˈliːvər; bɪˈliːvə(r)/

Translation of believer in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 [Religion/Religión] creyente (masculine and feminine)
    Example sentences
    • The site helps believers reflect on religious faith in thought and in practice.
    • For Christians, and perhaps other religious believers as well, God is a person.
    • This argument is applicable to the believers of every religion.
    1.2believer in sth partidario, (masculine, feminine)de algo she's a great believer in being frank with people es muy partidaria de ser franca con la gente
    Example sentences
    • Will is a great believer in the power of effective business communication but understands just how terrifying speaking in public can be for most people.
    • Ian Searle is a true believer in the effectiveness of cloud seeding.
    • I'm a big believer in using the fullest effective range of motion, but not at the expense of continuous tension.

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