Translation of agnostic in Spanish:

agnostic

agnóstico, n.

Pronunciation: /æɡˈnɑstɪk//aɡˈnɒstɪk/

noun

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    agnóstico masculine
    agnóstica feminine
    • They may presumably be Christians belonging to other churches, or they may be Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, religious or secular humanists, agnostics or atheists.
    • That's true, but we have our regulation number of atheists and agnostics as well.
    • Casebolt offered 20 labels, including pagan, atheist and agnostic in his Midwestern survey.
    • In no nation did the proportion of the religiously affiliated who endorsed either an agnostic or atheist religious position exceed more than six percentage points.
    • These lives also bespeak mystery, and make an honest person, agnostic or believing, think - and more than that, wonder.
    • It is the cause of hundreds of millions of Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Jains, Budhists, Parsees, agnostics and atheists as well.
    • It is certainly possible for a rational agnostic to be a highly moral and responsible person.
    • Although not all Skeptics are agnostics, as an agnostic himself Dr Groves sees no evidence for accepting or rejecting the idea of any belief.
    • As it is, my thinking has been influenced by Catholics, Christians, Jews, Muslims, Neo-pagans, Baha'i, agnostics and atheists.
    • Some of us are believers, others are agnostics or atheists.
    • Although many popular spokesmen for evolutionism are self-proclaimed atheists or agnostics, this certainly does not mean that all those who accept evolution in principle are atheists or agnostics.
    • Of the four people in the sample that identified themselves as agnostics or atheists, three of them still regularly participated in the life of their congregations.
    • Until I can do so I am not an atheist, but an agnostic.
    • The agnostics and people who refuted the existence of God were considered equally respected as others.
    • It is, in its religious dimension, one of the most vital elements that go to make up the identity of believers and their conception of life, but it is also a precious asset for atheists, agnostics, sceptics and the unconcerned.
    • Ruttledge is an agnostic who once apparently considered the priesthood.
    • All individuals (believers, agnostics or atheists) will naturally have a mixture to varying degrees, and they will differ across cultures.
    • A considerable minority even consider themselves atheists or agnostics.
    • Sagan himself routinely described himself as an agnostic, and believed that the question of God's existence is inherently outside science.
    • And yet, they are agnostics, doubters and explorers.

adjective

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    (all senses)
    agnóstico
    the app is platform-agnostic la aplicación es independiente de plataforma