There are 2 main translations of puritano in English:

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puritano 1

also: feminine: puritana
Example sentences
  • Pero estas criaturas llegan a Europa imbuidas también de una profunda moral puritana.
  • No suele suceder así en las ciudades angloamericanas, que son de tradición puritana.
  • Evitar una actitud demasiado puritana o rígida respecto a la comida.

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There are 2 main translations of puritano in English:

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puritano 2
also: feminine: puritana
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  • Más espíritu religioso hubo en los puritanos de la Nueva Inglaterra.
  • Todo esto tuvo un abrupto final en Gran Bretaña cuando, en 1552, los puritanos prohibieron la Navidad.
  • Pero en 1552 los puritanos británicos prohibieron la Navidad.

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