Translation of sacrament in Spanish:

sacrament

Pronunciation: /ˈsækrəmənt/

n

  • 1.1 (ceremony) sacramento (masculine) the last sacraments los últimos sacramentos
    More example sentences
    • We are to participate in the life of Christ through the sacraments of the church.
    • Moral formation involves becoming a follower of Jesus Christ through the gifts of the Holy Spirit available in the sacraments of the church and the practices of Christian charity.
    • Christ instituted the Church and the sacraments in order to provide grace.
    1.2
    (Sacrament)
    (Eucharist) the (Blessed o Holy) Sacrament el Santísimo Sacramento to receive the Holy Sacrament recibir la Eucaristía or el Santísimo Sacramento

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