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paschal
American English: /ˈpæskəl/
British English: /ˈpask(ə)l/
, /ˈpɑːsk(ə)l/

Translation of paschal in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • For the New Year a sucking pig roasted was a delicacy worth waiting for and for Easter the paschal baby lamb or goat roasted whole on a spit is universally loved.
    • In the paschal event and the Eucharist that makes it present throughout the centuries, there is a truly enormous ‘capacity’ that embraces all of history.
    • Marriage, like all sacraments, is paschal to the core and consequently it is as much about dying as it is about new life.

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