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devotee

Pronunciation: /ˌdevəˈtiː/

Translation of devotee in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 [Religion/Religión] devoto, (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • The common devotee should ascertain the sadhu's level of knowledge and devotion, and who is his guru and lineage.
    • She was a devotee of the new religion of ‘Konkokyo’ which worshiped a folk god named Konjin.
    • Following the instructions, devotees recovered the Deity and returned it to the temple.
    1.2 (fan) adepto, (masculine, feminine), partidario, (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • It was only later, after going solo, that he went all interesting, becoming a devotee of prehistoric Britain.
    • What is it about tai chi that makes its devotees want to freak people out by always doing it in public?
    • She becomes a devotee of death, addicted to the most shuddery of Grimms' fairy tales and a book for the terminally ill called A Hundred Ways to Die.

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