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comulgar

Translation of comulgar in English:

verbo intransitivo

  • 1 (Religión)
    to receive o take communion
  • 2 (coincidir)comulgar con alguien en algono comulgo con ella en nada
    I have nothing in common with her
    comulgaban en los mismos principios
    they shared the same principles
    todos comulgamos en la necesidad de …
    we are all agreed on the need for …
Example sentences
  • Y, bueno, había que comulgar cada domingo.
  • Super represivo con las organizaciones civiles que no comulgan con el gobierno.
  • Una parte quiere comulgar el Pan de la Eucaristía.

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