Translation of adoration in Spanish:


adoración, n.

Pronunciation /ˌædəˈreɪʃ(ə)n/ /adəˈreɪʃ(ə)n/


  • 1

    adoración feminine
    he gazed at her in adoration la miraba con adoración
    • He was revered like a movie idol, with an endless supply of adoration.
    • The more wine he drank the more obvious his adoration for her became.
    • What really rubs him the wrong way is Lawson's puppy-dog adoration for the newcomer.
    • Ali, however, remains an icon, a figure of adoration.
    • He looked down at her with absolute adoration in his eyes.
    • His adoration, like a jealous lover's, is only rhetorically distinguishable from contempt.
    • Many who backed him did so because of resentment for the opposition rather than adoration.
    • His lips quivered as he spoke and tears made his eyes misty as he looked up with utter adoration at the tall first mate.
    • Wickham pocketed a small box, and Miss Darcy looked up at him with glowing adoration.
    • For a long time I still had intense feelings of love and adoration for Tariq.
    • Dr Jean-Louis Sebagh is famous for his Gallic charm and for having the adoration of supermodels and actresses.
    • The anticipation and adoration that shone from his eyes was unmistakable.
    • As a sump for adoration that might otherwise be misdirected at political leaders and go dangerously to their heads.
    • He's after stamping and cheering adoration, and by the end of the show he has the audience doing just that.
    • In an age in which young girls were sentimentalized as emblems of purity and beauty, Carroll regarded little girls with great adoration, almost worship.
    • As the boys wrestle at his feet, there is no mistaking their adoration for the father they so strikingly resemble.
    • Street painting is sustained in equal measure by the public adoration of icons and artistic self-denial.
    • It was a cloudless summer morning, and all Nature, smiling in her felicity, sent up a hymn of adoration to the author of her beauty.
    • For the athlete, if he's lucky, it's a medal, world recognition, splashy endorsement deals, the adoration of millions of compatriots, whatever.
    • Even in the past, with just a limited number of newspapers and broadsheets, this phenomenon has taken place, as the public adoration of Admiral Nelson demonstrated.
  • 2

    adoración feminine
    the Adoration of the Magi la Adoración de los Reyes Magos
    • The Adoration Chapel in Swinford Church will re-open on Sunday August 25, with adoration from 2 to 6 p.m.
    • Rabbi Berger's pious respect for Schneerson's memory severely compromises his best efforts to combat the Lubavitchers' adoration of him.
    • The goal of Hall's meditative practice is "an inward adoration of God".
    • The congregation suggests organizing Eucharistic adoration for young people around Palm Sunday.
    • Most religions teach adoration of the supreme being in whose image all humanity was formed.
    • The adoration commences from 10.30 am to 7pm each day.
    • Adoration continues in Rathduff Church every Sunday during lent from 12 noon to 5pm with Holy hour from 5 to 6pm.
    • Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will take place every Tuesday in Knockmore Church.
    • Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament takes place on the 1st April.
    • Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament takes place on the 4th March.
    • The decline in the proper understanding of the Holy Eucharist and the consequent decline in reverence and adoration, are not phenomena in isolation.
    • Churches will not draw young people to their doors if they shy away from any mention of adoration as a matter of embarrassment.
    • Christianity, in bringing its Divine light to our world, has taught us to refer our adoration to the only object to which it is due.
    • The children's 8pm mass of the Lord's supper is followed by adoration of the cross until 11 pm.
    • In our Votive Mass today we are thinking particularly of adoration of the Cross on which Christ died.
    • Like all those who have gone before us, may the revelation of Christ in our hearts compel us to lay down our lives before him in worship and adoration.
    • The Novena is followed by adoration of the Blessed sacrament.
    • The adoration commences at 10.30 am to 7pm each day.
    • This leads naturally to prayer: praise, adoration, thanksgiving, petition, repentance, resolve.
    • More people are invited to come along and take part in the adoration.