Translation of glorify in Spanish:

glorify

Pronunciation: /ˈglɔːrəfaɪ; ˈglɔːrɪfaɪ/

vt (-fies, -fying, -fied)

  • 1.1 [Religion/Religión] glorificar*
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    • To glorify God or praise Him is to put one's request to Him, because He is aware of our needs and He responds to our glorification with grace and compassion.
    • On that day the distance will be closed and the entire redeemed creation will gratefully praise and glorify God.
    • Invoking and glorifying Him, praising and thanking Him and kneeling and prostrating before Him are the practical manifestations of worship.
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    • How exciting it is to use our spiritual gifts to glorify God and to grow to know the heart of a servant.
    • Do you not see that everyone in the heavens and Earth glorifies God, as do the birds with their outspread wings?
    • But when we and they share a common love and awe for God, we augment the sanctity of the world in glorifying God among the multitudes of peoples.
    1.2 [person] ensalzar*, glorificar*; [terrorism] exaltar, enaltecer* a film which glorifies war/violence una película que exalta la guerra/la violencia
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    • Officers believe it glorifies football violence and it is understood that they are probing the legality of the video.
    • No, I think it glorifies football violence and the timing of it couldn't be worse.
    • Our television shows, our video games, our music, and our movies all glorify violence.

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