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Detailed Translations for priest from English to Spanish


priest [the ~] noun

  1. the priest (father; padre)
    – `Father' is a term of address for priests in some churches (especially the Roman Catholic Church or the Orthodox Catholic Church); `Padre' is frequently used in the military 1
    el sacerdote; el padre
  2. the priest (clergyman; pastor; minister)
    el eclesiástico; el guía espiritual; el pastor
  3. the priest
    el sacerdote

Translation Matrix for priest:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
eclesiástico clergyman; minister; pastor; priest pastor; shepherd; spiritual caretaker
guía espiritual clergyman; minister; pastor; priest pastor; shepherd; spiritual caretaker
padre father; padre; priest father; lay brother; monk; parent
pastor clergyman; minister; pastor; priest cattle-herd; clergyman; herdsman; minister; pastor; preacher; sheperd's boy; shepherd; spiritual caretaker; vicar
sacerdote father; padre; priest sacristan; sexton
- non-Christian priest
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- clergyman
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
eclesiástico God-fearing; devout; pious; religious; spiritual

Related Words for "priest":

Synonyms for "priest":

  • clergyman; reverend; man of the cloth; Holy Order; Order
  • non-Christian priest; spiritual leader

Related Definitions for "priest":

  1. a clergyman in Christian churches who has the authority to perform or administer various religious rites; one of the Holy Orders1
  2. a person who performs religious duties and ceremonies in a non-Christian religion1

Wiktionary Translations for priest:

  1. clergyman

Cross Translation:
priest sacerdote priester — iemand die de religieuze (offer) rituelen verzorgt
priest sacerdote; cura PriesterChristentum, vor allem Katholiken und Orthodoxe: Funktionsträger in der Kirche, dauerhaft bestellt durch die Priesterweihe
priest sacerdote; cura PriesterReligionsgeschichte: Mittler zwischen dem menschlichen und göttlichen Bereich, zum Beispiel durch Opfer
priest abad; abate; cura; sacerdote; pastor abbé — À trier
priest cura; sacerdote; pastor; párroco curéprêtre de l'église catholique romaine pourvoir d’une cure.
priest preste; sacerdote; cura; pastor prêtre — ecclésiastique

priest form of pry:

to pry verb (pries, pried, prying)

  1. to pry (browse; nose; ferret; smell)

Conjugations for pry:

  1. pry
  2. pry
  3. pries
  4. pry
  5. pry
  6. pry
simple past
  1. pried
  2. pried
  3. pried
  4. pried
  5. pried
  6. pried
present perfect
  1. have pried
  2. have pried
  3. has pried
  4. have pried
  5. have pried
  6. have pried
past continuous
  1. was prying
  2. were prying
  3. was prying
  4. were prying
  5. were prying
  6. were prying
  1. shall pry
  2. will pry
  3. will pry
  4. shall pry
  5. will pry
  6. will pry
continuous present
  1. am prying
  2. are prying
  3. is prying
  4. are prying
  5. are prying
  6. are prying
  1. be pried
  2. be pried
  3. be pried
  4. be pried
  5. be pried
  6. be pried
  1. pry!
  2. let's pry!
  3. pried
  4. prying
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

pry [the ~] noun

  1. the pry (ferreter)
    el husmeador; la husmeadora

Translation Matrix for pry:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
husmeador ferreter; pry
husmeadora ferreter; pry
- crowbar; pry bar; wrecking bar
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
curiosear browse; ferret; nose; pry; smell browse; ferret about; ferret around; hunt; investigate; look about; nose about; nose around; poke about; research; roam about; root up; rove about; rummage; search; search about; search for; sniff; sniff around; snoop; wander
- horn in; intrude; jimmy; lever; nose; poke; prise; prize

Related Words for "pry":

Synonyms for "pry":

Related Definitions for "pry":

  1. a heavy iron lever with one end forged into a wedge1
  2. be nosey1
    • Don't pry into my personal matters!1
  3. to move or force, especially in an effort to get something open1
    • Raccoons managed to pry the lid off the garbage pail1
  4. make an uninvited or presumptuous inquiry1
    • They pried the information out of him1
  5. search or inquire in a meddlesome way1

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