Translation of idol in Spanish:

idol

Pronunciation: /ˈaɪdl/

n

  • 1.1 (carved image) ídolo (m)
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    • These were, we must remember, unbelieving Gentiles, worshipers of idols and knew very little of the Jewish religion.
    • In theological terms this led into seeing it as defined through the worship of God and idols.
    • Some of the children of Israel had begun to stray after the daughters of Moav and to worship their idols.
    1.2 (person) ídolo (m) a rock/movie idol un ídolo del rock/del cine
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    • What friend, dignitary, hero, sports idol, movie star, etc. might we ask over to eat with us?
    • But he was also a keen footballer who admired his idols Manchester United and who enjoyed a kickabout with friends.
    • We change our tastes and opinions with the same blinding speed that TV can make you famous or the press turn on idols they once loved.

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