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Protestant
American English: /ˈprɑdəstənt/
British English: /ˈprɒtɪst(ə)nt/

Translation of Protestant in Spanish:

noun

adjective

  • Protestant work ethic
    ética (feminine) protestante del trabajo
    Example sentences
    • He soon determined to have Protestant religion in the land and devotion to the Bible.
    • What is disturbing is that eighty per cent of these converts come from Protestant church backgrounds.
    • The sheer diversity of Protestant churches, all of which recognize the same canon, is ample proof of this.

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