Translation of worldly in Spanish:

worldly

Pronunciation: /ˈwɜːrldli; ˈwɜːldli/

adj

  • 1.1 [goods] material; [desires] mundano
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    • At this age I've had a lot of career and I'm less concerned about my worldly success.
    • In a culture that measures everything in terms of size, success, and influence, we have to say no to these worldly values as well.
    • From his seat in exile at Rumtek, he had built a spiritual and worldly empire with millions of followers and extensive assets.
    1.2 [person] de mucho mundo; [manner/charm] sofisticado worldly wisdom mundo (m)
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    • Younger people will ask you important and earnest questions only an experienced and worldly man of age can answer.
    • She uses particular features to portray herself as a sophisticated, worldly woman.
    • Australians love America, but any worldly person knows you do not threaten Aussies.

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