There are 2 main translations of ateo in English:

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ateo 1

also: feminine: atea
Example sentences
  • Y también intolerancia mutua entre personas religiosas y personas ateas.
  • Era de conocimiento público que el Duce era ateo y anticlerical.
  • Hoy contamos ciertas cosas del comunismo ateo con una satisfacción muy grande.

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There are 2 main translations of ateo in English:

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ateo 2
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  • Se dirá que es contradictorio que hable del alma un ateo.
  • Saramago era un ateo confeso y acérrimo crítico de la iglesia católica.
  • Hasta un ateo puede defender la vida de esos bebes.

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