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mammon also: Mammon
American English: /ˈmæmən/
British English: /ˈmamən/

Translation of mammon in Spanish:

noun

  • Mammón
    ye cannot serve God and mammon
    no podéis servir a Dios y al Dinero
    Christmas these days is dominated by mammon
    hoy día las Navidades están regidas por el dios del consumo
    Example sentences
    • But libertinism itself is as distinct from libertarianism as worship of Mammon is distinct from conservatism.
    • In backing the demolition plan, he has shown he is committed to the worship of Mammon.
    • If there is an idol behind the idols of corporate globalization, it is Mammon.

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