Translation of mystery in Spanish:
noun plural mysteries
- 1 1.1 countable (puzzle) Mary's a real mysteryMary es un auténtico misterioit's a mystery to me how she puts up with himpara mí es un misterio cómo logra aguantarloExample sentences1.2 uncountable (quality) the whole affair is shrouded o veiled in mystery
todo el asunto está rodeado de misterio or envuelto en un halo de misterio(before noun) mystery guest mystery storycuento (masculine) de misteriomystery tripviaje (masculine) sorpresaExample sentences
- Contrary to public perceptions, science can help understand and explain the mysteries of emotion.
- However all was explained and the mystery was solved very quickly.
- The technique of the mystery is thus explained, but the mystery remains.
- The Valley was wedged in-between the two countries, being obscured in mystery and darkness and confusion.
- Ambassadors used to have a scent of mystery, secrecy and even of romance about them.
- In the days when he worked for the CIA, the agency was shrouded in secrecy and cloaked in mystery.
- 2 countable (Cinema, Literature, Theater)película (feminine) ( or novela (feminine) etc) de misterio or de suspenso or (Spain) de suspenseExample sentences
- Thrillers, mysteries and crime novels are perennial favorites for summertime reading.
- Further compounding the peril is the fact that this is basically a murder mystery, a whodunit with slasher overtones.
- The story is a fairly set piece murder mystery, or murder thriller.
- 3 countable (Religion)Example sentences
- His Protrepticus is a copious source of information about the Greek mysteries, though his wish to represent them as a perversion of Scriptural teachings must have led to misrepresentation.
- With folded hands, Ashoka begged enlightenment and initiation into the mysteries of the Dharma of Samudra.
- The two strangers are not serious; there are jests at the mysteries which precede the enthronement, and he is being initiated into the mysteries of the sophistical ritual.
- Trinity Sunday celebrates the belief in the incomprehensible mystery of God, not only as Spirit, but also as God creator and God incarnate.
- For a Christian, the answer is in the incarnation: because the divine mystery is made flesh.
- In him, we can see the ultimate mystery of God in human form.
- Walking through the Stations of the Cross or praying the rosary is another way to contemplate the mysteries of Jesus.
- In that letter, he added five new mysteries to the rosary, and declared that his twenty-fifth anniversary year would be known as the Year of the Rosary.
- Does he promulgate new mysteries for the Rosary?
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