Translation of incarnate in Spanish:

incarnate

adjective/adjetivo

/ɪnˈkɑːrnət; ɪnˈkɑːnət/
  • [literary/literario] (usually predicative/generalmente predicativo) encarnado she is the devil incarnate es el demonio encarnado or personificado the Word Incarnate el Verbo encarnado or hecho carne
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    • Correct Orthodox belief says that Christ has one indivisible nature, human and divine, godhead and humanity fused and inseparable, that the incarnate Christ was fully human and fully divine at one and the same time.
    • Herbert takes the incarnation with absolute literalness, often simply identifying the incarnate Christ with God.
    • Firstly, it is the incarnate Christ who reveals the Father, while yet veiling the sinner from God's burning holiness.
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    • Whoever this being was, he seemed to represent beauty incarnate.
    • This album is madness, suffering, pain, and sorrow incarnate.

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

/ɪnˈkɑːrneɪt; ˈɪnkɑːr-; ˈɪnkɑːneɪt; ɪnkɑː-/

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