Traducción de transfiguration en Español:

transfiguration

transformación, n.

Pronunciación /tranzˌfɪɡjʊˈreɪʃ(ə)n//transˌfɪɡəˈreɪʃ(ə)n//trɑːnzˌfɪɡjʊˈreɪʃ(ə)n//transˌfɪɡjʊreɪʃ(ə)n//trɑːnzˌfɪɡəˈreɪʃ(ə)n//trɑːnsˌfɪɡəˈreɪʃ(ə)n//tranzˌfɪɡəˈreɪʃ(ə)n//træn(t)sˌfɪɡjəˈreɪʃ(ə)n//trɑːnsˌfɪɡjʊreɪʃ(ə)n/

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    (transformation)
    transformación femenino
    transfiguración femenino
    • This ghostly apparition is actually a transfiguration of your loved one.
    • What Cherry leaves us with is the understanding that poetry must be part of this memory, this pain without which spiritual transfiguration cannot begin.
    • Indeed, there is even a transfiguration of the archways, halls and yards of the convent in the following scenes of Nazi infiltration.
    • After a couple of minutes, the music undergoes a magical transfiguration: it's as though Exeter Cathedral's stained-glass angels had taken wing, soaring up to the heavens.
    • I intend to focus on single colour works, in which changes of shape produce transfigurations of space.
    • Ultimately, it is about the subtle transfiguration of everyday details and the collapse of reason and communication.
    • So the music that accompanies Isolde's death is her transfiguration, and the repetition of the Tristan chord shows that she dies of love's sorrow.
    • Two major techniques are the transfiguration of classical fairytales, and the integration of traditional motifs with contemporary references within atypical settings and plotlines.
    • Ignored is the internal transfiguration of African-American life that often plays itself out within the community in powerfully destructive ways.
    • If you thought Celtic music was fiddles, jigs and reels, this extraordinary album will be a platform for your transfiguration.
    • Here follows, etymological notes and a transfiguration (though poor) into modern English.
    • As the story unfolds, the object comes to represent a transfiguration of inner evil, repressed sexuality, an eruption of the unconscious, or simply a supernatural/diabolical manifestation.
    • Picasso was famous for transfigurations of the commonplace.
    • Instead we get strange transfigurations between the literal, the metaphorical, and the conceptual, which move polemically into a defense of the Catholic position on the Eucharist.
    • Between these two ordinary skins lies the means of their transfiguration: graphics and fibre-optics.
    • It eventually loomed over the eight others, who melted away into the shadows, their work done, the transfiguration begun.
    • For the iconographer, art is not a means of self-expression, but a method and practice of the path to the transfiguration of his nature.
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    Religión
    the Transfiguration la Transfiguración
    • The Gospel reading is Luke's account of the transfiguration; the Old Testament and Epistle readings highlight different dimensions of this event in the life of the Christ.
    • On the holiday of the Transfiguration, apples and honey are blessed and eaten along with other fruits of the season.
    • Blink at the stage and you could have been looking at an icon of the Transfiguration.
    • How many of you have scratched your head into baldness trying to come up with something new and interesting to say on the Feast of the Transfiguration?
    • Right after experiencing the transfiguration, he and companions James and John had spoken sternly to a man who was casting out demons in Jesus' name.
    • The ‘holy mountain’ here is obviously not Sinai and likely not Zion, but the mount of the transfiguration, which becomes their antitype.
    • Orthodox Christians live - habitually, I would say - within a liturgical environment that transfigures body and soul, the entire world, in this vision of the light of the Transfiguration.
    • In Mark's account of the Transfiguration Jesus is set alongside the great prophets.
    • The feast of the Transfiguration, so venerated by the Orthodox Church, serves as a key to the understanding of the humanity of Christ in the Eastern tradition.
    • Between August 1 and 6, San Salvador holds a fiesta (major celebration) commemorating the Transfiguration of Christ.
    • All people and all creation can share in Jesus' experience of Transfiguration.
    • And in fact this is true if this picture is considered externally: above on the hill we see the transfiguration, below is the scene with the child possessed of an unclean spirit.
    • For, while the message of the Transfiguration is easy to understand, it is at the same time hard to grasp.
    • In the second passage, following the transfiguration, Jesus must exorcise a demon from a suffering child because his apostles could not do so, reportedly due to their lack of faith.
    • If Moses and Elijah could hear Jesus on the Mount of Transfiguration, why can't Mary hear?
    • In the Transfiguration scene the disciples see Jesus conversing with Elijah, whose return heralds the end.
    • Do you think you know all you need to about Transfiguration?
    • By the way, when Peter gets back into that line, he's there to climb the Mount of Transfiguration.
    • The Transfiguration, observed traditionally in this last Sunday before Lent, brings Epiphany to a close with another divine irruption into the earthly.
    • Indeed, one might think spreading the story of the transfiguration could help convert a few unbelievers.