Traducción de Jewry en Español:


judíos, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdʒuri//ˈdʒʊəri/


  • 1

    judíos masculino
    • Is there a relationship between the two subjects of your books: media/pop culture and American Jewry?
    • The Jewry Wall is the second largest piece of surviving Roman building in this country.
    • She joined a group called Congressional Wives for Soviet Jewry.
    • He laid out his views on Aryan purity, world Jewry and international communism.
    • The present estimate is that the Khazar Jews are the ancestors of 90% of today's world Jewry.
    • Grenada and Cordoba were home to the Golden Age of Spanish Jewry under Muslim rule.
    • Do they speak, do you think, for the mainstream of Israeli Jewry?
    • One of the most interesting revelations of the study is that American Jewry seems to be moving in two different directions simultaneously.
    • During the 1930s it is his job to enforce the immigration controls on European Jewry.
    • It is in exerting these very influences that Jewry convinces itself that it is fulfilling its ‘mission’ to the world.
    • Moreover, the nation-states of the Enlightenment were considered more insidiously dangerous to Jewry than the nation-states of reaction.
    • Particularly instructive in this regard is the case of Soviet Jewry.
    • One of his main tasks was to act as a link between American Jewry and British policy in Palestine (which Berlin abhorred).
    • The sorts of divisions and debates that characterize North American Jewry in most cases bypass the tip of Africa.
    • He also found a website dedicated to ‘Babylonian Jewry.’
    • His aim was for the nation of Eastern European Jewry to survive and continue.
    • Only in the years since the Soviet Union broke up has the destruction of European Jewry won widespread acknowledgment in Russia.
    • To me, this means that I understood pretty much what the rest of American Jewry understands about this religion, and very little about its essence.
    • It's as if all of American Jewry, in its multifaceted glory, had been hijacked by the Likud.
    • Continuous parallels are drawn, for example, between modern asylum-seekers and 1930s German Jewry.
  • 2

    (area of town)
    judería femenino
    • Here is one eyewitness account of an attack on the Jewry of Mainz in May of 1096.
    • In the fifteenth century, urban Jewries continued to exist, and saw, during the reign of King René, a last period of relative tolerance.
  • 3

    judaísmo masculino