There are 2 main translations of crisma in English:

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crisma 1

sustantivo masculino

Example sentences
  • Y a algunos que llama al sacerdocio son también ungidos con el crisma.
  • Junto con la consagración del crisma, se bendijeron también los santos óleos de los enfermos y de los catecúmenos adultos que se preparan para el bautismo.
  • El Papa presidirá hoy en la basílica de San Pedro la misa del crisma.

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There are 2 main translations of crisma in English:

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crisma 2

sustantivo femenino

  • romperse la crisma [familiar]
    to crack one's head open
    [familiar]
    to brain oneself
    [familiar]
    romperle la crisma a alguien [familiar]
    to smash somebody's face in
    [familiar]
    to knock somebody's block off
    (inglés británico) [familiar]

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