Translation of layperson in Spanish:
noun plural laypersons or laypeople
- 1.1 (Religion)1.2 (non-professional) See examples: another reference book for the laypersonlaico, (-ca) (masculine, feminine)it provides information in layperson's termsotra obra de consulta dirigida al gran públicootra obra de consulta dirigida al lector lego or profano en la materiaproporciona información en un lenguaje accesible
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