Translation of divinely in Spanish:

divinely

por Dios, adv.

Pronunciation /dəˈvaɪnli/ /dɪˈvʌɪnli/

adverb

  • 1

    (from God)
    (inspired/created) por Dios
    he believes his sermons are divinely inspired cree que sus sermones están inspirados por Dios / son de inspiración divina
    • The basis of the religion is the belief that at various times God has been divinely incarnated in a living person.
    • Classical architecture was a metaphorical imitation of this divinely ordered nature.
    • He preferred to see the created universe as tidy and divinely disciplined rather than replete with uncertainties, speculations and evolutionary doubts.
    • The Gospel of Saint John recognizes the Baptist as the one divinely chosen to "give testimony of the light."
    • He claims that Durer consciously asserted the unique status of the artist as a divinely gifted creator.
    • Charlemagne saw himself as a divinely appointed ruler of a chosen people whose liturgical customs must approach the ideal, represented by papal usage.
    • Her Agamemnon is both divinely doomed and a moral hypocrite who combines protestations of paternal love with dalliance with a Greek war-widow.
    • Divinely summoned to a life of devotion in 1934, she later set up the Everlasting Gospel Mission.
    • All was subsumed under a Protestantism that viewed the English church as a divinely blessed via media between the excesses of Rome and Geneva.
    • Your every step will be divinely guided.
  • 2

    (wonderfully)
    (dance/sing/cook) como los dioses
    (dance/sing/cook) divinamente
    (dance/sing/cook) deliciosamente
    • He has a good sense of humor, a sense of fairness and he kisses divinely.
    • Evenings were spent sauntering around the harbor, wining and dining divinely.
    • This was the mushroom that smelled divinely like liquorice.
    • Alan and Elaine seemed like visitors from another planet but they looked totally relaxed and sang divinely.
    • If we ever needed an excuse to dress divinely this is it.
    • Even today, as one walks through the heart of Paris, it is not unusual to sense the spirit of a man who made women feel divinely feminine.
    • The sun is shining divinely and there are still many green leaves.
    • Divinely decadent music which works wonders on your imagination.
    • The movie is divinely set, costumed, and scored, and magnificently edited.
    • And Nighy, divinely, decadently, scene-stealingly over the top brings it all together with a turn that is perfectly timed.