Translation of adultery in Spanish:


adulterio, n.

Pronunciation /əˈdəlt(ə)ri/ /əˈdʌlt(ə)ri/

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nounplural adulteries

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    adulterio masculine
    to commit adultery cometer adulterio
    • You could hook up with someone else, but that would be adultery and adultery is wrong.
    • However, it has been held that the petitioner need not find it intolerable to live with the respondent because of his adultery.
    • Recent storylines have even been promoting adultery and sexual activities.
    • Remarriage as adultery: Paul regarded it as adultery for a divorced person to remarry if the spouse was still alive.
    • She had left him during the period they held the licence, because of his adultery, but had returned to him.
    • Hence, adultery was thought of as sinful for women since it was a violation of the man's property etc.
    • He looks at his wife and his friend who he had so wrongfully accused of adultery 16 years ago.
    • That is why we have laws against assault, but we do not have laws against adultery or premarital sex.
    • It is not enough not to commit adultery; lustful thoughts must be set aside too.
    • At the end of April 1536, Anne was accused of adultery with several men and incest with her brother George.
    • Am I to gather from this that adultery and unfaithfulness are being condoned?
    • I didn't think that adultery was considered a crime, not by common law.
    • Among the seventeen great sins, unbelief is the greatest, more heinous than murder, theft, adultery and so on.