Translation of profane in Spanish:
- 1.1 (blasphemous) [language] irreverente, blasfemoExample sentences1.2 (secular) [art/literature] profano
- The FCC, by law, must prohibit the utterance of ‘any obscene, indecent or profane language by means of radio communication.’
- Often using obscene, offensive and profane language she succeeds in shocking the reader out of the middle-class complacency that numbs the senses of the public.
- When two foremen told him to ‘control himself,’ he quickly ‘became abusive and used obscene and profane language to both of them.’
- Without considering arguments to the contrary, he asserts that a hierarchical ordering of reality and a division between the sacred and the profane are essential to the religious worldview.
- Sin and damnation are downplayed, and the distinctions between heaven and earth, the profane and the sacred, God's grace and our efforts tend to be fudged.
- We are by nature incurably drawn to ritual in the realms of both the sacred and the profane.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- [formal] profanar
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