There are 2 main translations of santísimo in English:

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santísimo

also: feminine: santísima

adjetivo

  • 2 [familiar] (uso enfático) See examples: hay que hacer su santísima voluntad
    we have to do everything he damn well wants
    no voy porque no me da la santísima gana
    I'm not going because I damn well don't want to
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Desde entonces, ningún entendimiento creado puede comprender las tributaciones interiores que comenzó a padecer su alma santísima.
  • Desde aquí los acompaño en mi oración a nuestra madre santísima.
  • El puede saludar a sus amigos como le de su santísima gana.

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There are 2 main translations of santísimo in English:

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Santísimo

sustantivo masculino

  • 1 (religión cristiana) See examples:el Santísimo
    the Holy Sacrament
  • 2 (de los judeos) See examples:el Santísimo
    the Holy of Holies

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