There are 2 main translations of adepto in English:

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adepto 1

also: feminine: adepta


  • un político adepto al or del monetarismo
    a politician who espouses/espoused monetarism
    cientos de jóvenes adeptos a or de la secta
    hundreds of young followers of the sect
Example sentences
  • Un viaje inoportuno me impide acompañarlos, además soy poco adepto a manifestar afectos tardíos.
  • El automovilismo regional suma más adeptos y nuevas categorías.
  • Un grupo de entusiastas largó la convocatoria y suman adeptas.

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There are 2 main translations of adepto in English:

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adepto 2

also: feminine: adepta sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Recorre la región en búsqueda de nuevos adeptos.
  • La lista de los adeptos era larga, muy larga.
  • Siempre me llamó la atención la manía de los adeptos de sectas protestantes, de atacar a María Santísima.

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