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prophet
American English: /ˈprɑfət/
British English: /ˈprɒfɪt/

Translation of prophet in Spanish:

noun

  • profeta, (-tisa) (masculine, feminine)
    the prophets of doom
    los catastrofistas or agoreros
    Example sentences
    • This is what the prophets of doom have been waiting for.
    • There are still those who refuse to believe the prophets of doom.
    • World crude oil prices have not risen with ‘free market’ supply and demand, confounding all the prophets of doom or boom.

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