Translation of religion in Spanish:


religión, n.

Pronunciation /rəˈlɪdʒən/ /rɪˈlɪdʒ(ə)n/


  • 1

    (system of belief)
    religión feminine
    to be against sb's religion ir contra los principios religiosos de algn
    • I enjoy fishing, but I don't make a religion of it me gusta pescar, pero no soy fanático
    • No organized religion preaches murder and hatred of innocent people.
    • The official state religion is Roman Catholicism, but Evangelical Protestant movements are making converts among traditional Catholic believers.
    • Christianity is the religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.
    • Wicca is a nature religion based upon beliefs and rites believed to be rooted in ancient practices.
    • Buddhism is the majority religion there, and a particularly militant strain predominates.
    • Notice that they converted to Lutheranism, although Catholicism was the majority religion in Vienna and in Austria.
    • Church and state are separate today, but Catholicism is the religion of the great majority.
    • Christianity is a liberating religion, and forgiveness of sins is a liberating experience.
    • Hinduism is a complex religion, and there are many paths in it.
    • Yet Wicca is a religion, you can't invent it as you go along.
    • After having done the study I came to realize that Buddhism is a family religion.
    • The roots of Japanese mythology are in the Shinto religion, in Taoism and in Zen Buddhism alike.
    • And we did not practice Buddhist or Shinto religions.
    • Is the problem that Judaism is a religion as well as an ethnicity?
    • Many refused full equality to adherents of minority religions until well into the century.
    • Those who believe in pluralism think that every religion has spiritual power.
    • Regardless of your religion or personal beliefs, I will always stand against censorship.
    • Secularism does not reject religion but attempts to bar any single religion from gaining political control.
    • Yet the power of our civic religion lies not in any sanctions it imposes but in the moral sensibility it nurtures.
    • They don't see the truth because they come here to impose their religion's power.
  • 2

    religión feminine
    • It's the backdrop because football is considered a religion worldwide and the most viewed game.
    • We've been told time and again that cricket is a religion in India.
    • In this city where rugby is a religion, there is the feeling that Moses has led them to the mountaintop.
    • This brings up another point: hockey in the BCHL ceases to be a religion and becomes secondary to education.
    • The consequent pursuit of thinness had become a new religion, she said, and she showed a range of advertisements to support her claims.
    • The pursuit of eating raw food has become a religion of the nuttier kind.
    • Online marketers realize that return on investment is the religion they need to follow.
    • It serves only one master - corporate greed - that is their religion and their power.
  • 3

    (religious life)
    to enter in religion entrar en religión
    • his name in religion is … su nombre religioso / de religión es …