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laicización

Translation of laicización in English:

sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Aquí cabe hacer la misma reflexión que párrafos atrás sobre la paulatina laicización de la sociedad.
  • Recuerdo las decenas de artículos en los 90, escritos tanto por curas como rojos en donde se desgañitaban atacando a la privatización y laicización de la educación.
  • En ese momento se produce otra escalada en la laicización del Estado.

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