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infidel
American English: /ˈɪnfədl/
, /ˈɪnfəˌdɛl/
British English: /ˈɪnfɪd(ə)l/

Translation of infidel in Spanish:

noun

  • (History, Religion)
    Example sentences
    • It does not believe that there are pagans and infidels waiting to be converted to a particular system of beliefs and ideas or a race of the damned waiting to be saved.
    • Churches were running out of room, and infidels begged the religious community to pray to their God to save them.
    • Particular emphasis is placed on not recognizing the holy days or national observances of the infidels.

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