Traducción de exorcise en Español:

exorcise

exorcizar, v.

(exorcize)

Pronunciación /ˈɛksɔrˌsaɪz//ˈɛksɔːsʌɪz/

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  • 1

    Religión
    exorcizar
    • Shamans or Buddhist monks can be called on to exorcise such ill-intentioned spirits.
    • As the eldest and smartest student, she bravely stayed in the haunted room in the dormitory and successfully exorcised the evil spirit.
    • The tone veers from serious to comic horror at this point and encompasses several botched (and occasionally very funny) attempts to exorcise the ghost.
    • Then he exorcises the evil spirit haunting them and becomes chief.
    • Residents would even pray to some of the edifices to exorcise evil spirits and bring good weather for crops.
    • This distinction should not simply be pushed aside without an attempt to diagnose and exorcize some of the lingering cultural stereotypes within it.
    • Luckily there were plenty of other sideshows around the convention halls to cheer spirits and exorcise such defeatist sentiments.
    • As we have just noted, others, including the disciples of Jesus, shared his ability to exorcize evil spirits.
    • The ‘devil dancing’ of the southern coastal lowlands developed from folk ceremonies to exorcise demons.
    • I eventually gave up and called a priest to come over and exorcise the demonic spirits.
    • Attempts are made in vain to exorcise his spirit, but when the robe of a saint is placed on his shoulders, he achieves spiritual release.
    • Some scholars believe that the Chinese Lunar New Year originated from a ritual ceremony originally intended to exorcize the evil spirits.
    • One should recall that Marx's writings are contemporaneous with the rise of spiritualism and that they can be viewed as historical materialist attempts to exorcise this craze.
    • Ivan then began performing miracles - he exorcised evil spirits, and healed illnesses and infirmities, at least according to historical sources left from that time.
    • And they are having trouble and have had trouble for years, decades, trying to exorcise him from their lives.
    • The sound generated by the bamboo could both arouse gods to be appeased or exorcise evil spirits.
    • He should repent and exorcise the institutional bias of his department.
    • Now Rosa has written an autobiographical novel in an attempt to exorcise her trauma.
    • Steinbeck's appreciation of him is partly an obituary, partly an attempt to exorcise his ghost.
    • His troubled spirit was said to have haunted a certain home, and the bottle apparently was an attempt by a priest to exorcise the spirit.
  • 2

    (memory) borrar
    (memory) conjurar
    • It took Indian fans and cricketers several years and a few important victories to exorcise this ghost from our minds.
    • His main concern, and that of his players, is that they have the opportunity to exorcise the memory of a bad experience in the Connacht semi-final against Roscommon.
    • The narratives also perform the therapeutic exercise of exorcising the past, of integrating it in memory, thus forming a bridge between past and present.
    • Wilson provides vignettes of almost 40 skeptics or atheists, most of whom were unable to exorcise religion completely from their minds and psyches.
    • Our country's military, and much of our populace, has been possessed by the memory of that defeat and will do almost anything to exorcize it.
    • His win in California this year exorcised the memory of a famous flop in the same event two years ago.
    • The post isn't actually about the TV show, but the analogy sprung to mind and I haven't been able to fully exorcise it.
    • This was not merely a matter of Kerry exorcising the bad memories of the past three seasons, but a landmark victory in its own right.
    • Only four of those who perished on the claustrophobic clifftop almost exactly a year ago were granted the opportunity to exorcise those memories on the wide open spaces of Mount Florida.
    • That doesn't particularly inspire confidence as the ladies bid to exorcise the painful memories of last year's defeat.
    • Even before he had buried her, he had begun to try to exorcise the memory of her final bewildered, agonized week.
    • Some warmth was gleaned from a midweek cup win over Kaiserslautern on penalties, but that alone will not exorcise the memory of last weekend's 5-1 cuffing by Schalke.
    • They will insure that no matter what the magnitude of his achievement, the memory of it will be downplayed, marginalized and exorcised - just like before.
    • It cannot exorcise their horrific memories, but at least they can again view the place as a venue where Azzurri football can be celebrated, instead of regarding it only as their graveyard.
    • This afternoon, in an altogether less meaningful league fixture between the sides, Lennon returns to the Gorgie ground determined to exorcise the memory of that demoralising day.
    • It was the only time that he had been stopped in his professional career and he is determined to exorcise the memories of that defeat.
    • We might argue that she needed to ‘expose’ her mother, warts and all, in order to exorcise her memories of their relationship.
    • No matter what she claims she has not managed to exorcise his memory.
    • There is also a good deal of confusion as to whether it is better to exorcise or exercise one's memories.
    • Among other things, this will help all parties concerned to exorcise any remaining bad memories of religious conflict, and get on with their lives.