devoto


devoto
adj.
1 devoted, adoring, devotional, devout.
2 dedicated, devoted, assiduous.
m.
1 devotee, worshiper, worshipper.
2 member of a sect, sectary.
3 churchgoer.
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devoto
adjetivo
1 (piadoso) devout, pious
2 (digno de devoción) devotional
3 figurado (dedicado) devoted
nombre masculino,nombre femenino
1 RELIGIÓN pious person, devout person
2 figurado (seguidor) devoted follower, devotee, admirer
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devoto, -a
1. ADJ
1) (Rel) [persona] devout; [obra] devotional

ser muy devoto de un santo — to have a special devotion to a saint

2) (=apegado, fiel) devoted (de to)

su devoto amigo — your devoted friend

su devoto servidor — frm your devoted servant

es muy devoto de ese café — he is a big fan of that café

2. SM / F
1) (Rel) devout person

los devotos — the faithful; [en iglesia] the congregation sing

2) (=aficionado) devotee

la artista y sus devotos — the artist and her devotees o fans

los devotos del ajedrez — devotees of chess

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I
-ta adjetivo <persona> devout; <lugar/obra> devotional

es muy devoto de la Virgen — he's a devout follower of the Virgin

II
-ta masculino, femenino
a) (Relig)

devoto de alguien — devotee of somebody

b) (aficionado)

devoto de algo — devotee of something

devoto de alguien — admirer of somebody

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= devotee, devout, devotional, sectary, prayerful, devoted, loyal (to), pious, God-fearing.
Ex. 'Punch' satirised the opponents more cruelly: 'Here is an institution doomed to scare the furious devotees of laissez faire'.
Ex. His goal was to contribute to the 'uplift' of the masses and to make men sober, righteous, conservative, patient, and devout -- in short, to make others more like himself.
Ex. With its riverfront orientation and steps leading down to the esplanade, the library evokes a Greek devotional temple.
Ex. Further, the grand tradition still reflects the anxiety of the `free library' to dissociate itself from the proselytising clamour of Victorian sectaries of various kinds.
Ex. The article 'Man proposes, God disposes' is reminder that all planning should take place in a spirit of prayerful reliance on God.
Ex. Overprotective feelings occur mostly in very devoted, tender-hearted parents who are inclined to feel guilty.
Ex. He was said to be 100% loyal to the library and perfectly satisfied with his position.
Ex. This pious plantation owner wanted to teach Christianity to 12 of his slaves by inviting them to participate in a reenactment of the Last Supper.
Ex. On this increasingly God-fearing globe, only Western Europe looks like the last bastion of secularism -- or are the faithful here too returning to the fold?.
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* judío devoto = devout Jew.
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I
-ta adjetivo <persona> devout; <lugar/obra> devotional

es muy devoto de la Virgen — he's a devout follower of the Virgin

II
-ta masculino, femenino
a) (Relig)

devoto de alguien — devotee of somebody

b) (aficionado)

devoto de algo — devotee of something

devoto de alguien — admirer of somebody

* * *
= devotee, devout, devotional, sectary, prayerful, devoted, loyal (to), pious, God-fearing.

Ex: 'Punch' satirised the opponents more cruelly: 'Here is an institution doomed to scare the furious devotees of laissez faire'.

Ex: His goal was to contribute to the 'uplift' of the masses and to make men sober, righteous, conservative, patient, and devout -- in short, to make others more like himself.
Ex: With its riverfront orientation and steps leading down to the esplanade, the library evokes a Greek devotional temple.
Ex: Further, the grand tradition still reflects the anxiety of the `free library' to dissociate itself from the proselytising clamour of Victorian sectaries of various kinds.
Ex: The article 'Man proposes, God disposes' is reminder that all planning should take place in a spirit of prayerful reliance on God.
Ex: Overprotective feelings occur mostly in very devoted, tender-hearted parents who are inclined to feel guilty.
Ex: He was said to be 100% loyal to the library and perfectly satisfied with his position.
Ex: This pious plantation owner wanted to teach Christianity to 12 of his slaves by inviting them to participate in a reenactment of the Last Supper.
Ex: On this increasingly God-fearing globe, only Western Europe looks like the last bastion of secularism -- or are the faithful here too returning to the fold?.
* judío devoto = devout Jew.

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devoto1 -ta
adjective
‹persona› devout; ‹estampa/lugar/obra› devotional
es muy devoto de la Virgen he's a devout follower of the Virgin
devoto2 -ta
masculine, feminine
1 (Relig) devoto DE algn devotee OF sb
es un devoto de San Juan he is a devotee of Saint John
2 (aficionado) devoto DE algo devotee OF sth
los devotos de la música clásica devotees of classical music
devoto DE algn admirer OF sb
los devotos del famoso tenor admirers of the famous tenor
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devoto
-ta adjetivo ‹personadevout;


lugar/obradevotional
■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
a) (Relig) devoto de algn devotee of sb

b) (aficionado) devoto de algo/algn devotee of sth/admirer of sb

devoto,-a
I adjetivo
1 Rel pious, devout
2 (admirador) es un devoto lector de Dostoievski, he's an ardent reader of Dostoevski
II sustantivo masculino y femenino
1 Rel pious person
2 (admirador) devotee
'devoto' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
devota
- piadosa
- piadoso
English:
devotee
- devout
- worshipper
- devoted
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devoto, -a
adj
1. [piadoso] devout;
ser devoto de to have a devotion for
2. [admirador] devoted (de to)
3. [imagen, templo, lugar] devotional
nm,f
1. [beato] devout person;
es un devoto de San Antonio he has a special devotion to St Anthony;
los devotos the faithful
2. [admirador] devotee (de of);
buenas noticias para los devotos del cine de ciencia ficción good news for fans of science fiction movies o Br films
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devoto
I adj devout
II m, devota f devotee (de of)
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devoto, -ta adj
: devout
devotamente adv
devoto, -ta n
: devotee, admirer

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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