devotion en Español

Pronunciación
s. devoción, adoración, piedad, pleitesía, recogimiento, reverencia, veneración; fidelidad, lealtad; unción, dedicación

Ejemplos

Good pilgrim, you do wrong your hand too much, Which mannerly devotion shows in this; For saints have hands that pilgrims’ hands do touch, And palm to palm is holy palmers’ kiss--
Buen peregrino, no reproches tanto a tu mano un fervor tan verdadero: si juntan manos peregrino y santo, palma con palma es beso de palmero...
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Desnoyers had to interest himself in her apparel with the same devotion, mixing his appreciation of the latest freak of the fashion-monger with his eulogies of Marguerite's beauty.
Desnoyers tuvo que ocuparse del vestido con tanto apasionamiento como de ella, mezclando las apreciaciones sobre la reciente moda y los elogios a la belleza de Margarita.
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His wife admired him with enthusiasm as "the most gifted knight in the world." And Desnoyers received their devotion in gratified silence,
La esposa admiraba a su cuñado con grandes extremos de entusiasmo: «El caballero más cumplido de la tierra.» Y Desnoyers agradecía en silencio esta adhesión,
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Karl, on the other hand, showed the same devotion as before, keeping himself submissively in the background when with his brother-in-law,
Karl, en cambio, manifestaba la misma adhesión de antes, permaneciendo en sumisa modestia detrás de su cuñado.
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The war was awakening religious sentiment in the men and increasing the devotion of the women. The churches were filled. Dona Luisa was no longer confining herself to those of her neighborhood.
La guerra había despertado el sentimiento religioso en los hombres y aumentado la devoción de las mujeres. Los templos estaban llenos. Doña Luisa ya no limitaba sus excursiones a las iglesias del distrito.
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Near the head of the bed, Don Marcelo saw lying upon a book of devotions forgotten by his wife, a medallion containing another photograph. It did not belong to his family.
Junto a la cabecera de la cama, sobre un libro de oraciones olvidado por su esposa, vió un medallón con otra fotografía. Esta no era de la casa.
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All her plans for the future were based on the devotion with which she was going to protect her husband, on the solicitude that she was going to dedicate to his crippled condition.
Todos los planes de ella para el porvenir se basaban en la fiereza con que protegería a su marido, en los cuidados que iba a dedicar a su debilidad.
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He's always engrossed in devotion, veneration.
Él siempre absorto en la devoción, veneración.
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Through respectful dialogue and a shared belief in partnership we dare to forge a working team of neighbours, each of whom loves his or her native land and yet each of whom shares a devotion to our common European continental homeland.
A través del diálogo respetuoso y una creencia compartida en la asociación, nos atrevemos a forjar un equipo de trabajo de vecinos, cada uno de los cuales ama su tierra natal y al tiempo comparte una devoción por nuestra patria continental europea.
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He spent time in Vrindavan to do deeper research and imbibe the mood of spontaneous devotion towards Radha and Krishna through devotional poems, music and traditional chants left by the saints of the past.
Pasó tiempo en Vrindavan para una investigación más profunda y beber de la devoción espontánea hacia Radha y Krishna a través de poemas devocionales, música y cantos tradicionales de los santos del pasado.
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Sinónimos

1. dedication: consecration
2. affection: party, attachment
3. eagerness: enthusiasm, ardour, fealty, fidelity, love, loyalty, zeal
4. piety: grace, devoutness, homage, faith, religion, godliness, sanctity



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