Translation of purity in Spanish:

purity

Pronunciation: /ˈpjʊrəti; ˈpjʊərəti/

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  • 1.1 (of substance) pureza (f)
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    • Herbs have been used in Europe for a long time, but their products are tested for purity and content.
    • Now organic living is about purity, wellbeing and more than a little luxury.
    • It had that quality which all pharmaceutical products aspire to - purity.
    1.2 (moral goodness) pureza (f)
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    • The colour white symbolizes a lot of things, and one is that it represents purity and innocence.
    • By Victorian double standards, virtue in a man implied courage, but in a woman sexual purity.
    • Notions of sexual purity tend to mean adding to life through subtraction from life.
    1.3 (refinement) pureza (f)

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