Translation of sermon in Spanish:

sermon

Pronunciation: /ˈsɜːrmən; ˈsɜːmən/

n

  • 1.1 [Religion/Religión] sermón (masculine) who preached the sermon? ¿quién dio el sermón?, ¿quién predicó? the Sermon on the Mount el Sermón de la Montaña
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    • Whether those attending religious services understand a sermon is evidently unimportant.
    • Pastors' wives were known to preach sermons and conduct services whenever the pastor was serving another church within his multiple-congregation assignment.
    • This perspective has ramifications for the counseling ministry of the church, for sermons and Christian education and for the life of Christians in communities of faith.
    1.2 (moralizing talk) [colloquial/familiar] sermón (masculine) [colloquial/familiar] I got another sermon from my father mi padre me dio or me soltó otro sermón [colloquial/familiar]
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    • What's often missing in these tedious sermons is the fun of these ads, the ridiculous enthusiasm and vivacity, and an appreciation for the artistry evident in every ad.
    • This unpretentious poetess does not go about lecturing or delivering sermons in high places.
    • Here's the crazed part: Despite such sober trends, the Times piece quickly turned into a sermon.

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