Translation of credo in Spanish:

credo

credo, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈkridoʊ//ˈkreɪdəʊ//ˈkriːdəʊ//ˈkreɪdoʊ/

noun

  • 1

    (system of beliefs)
    credo masculine
    • When does less than full belief in a professed credo become actionable fraud if one is soliciting gifts or legacies?
    • I would like to leave you, my valued readers and friends, with my new credo.
    • Both are driven, in one way or another, by the familiar credo of Power and Responsibility.
    • That credo was commendable for normal life but not for ambitious politicians.
    • But having grown up under the credo that information should be free, they see no reason to pay for news.
    • This is the credo by which I am genetically and irreversibly bound to live.
    • I knew him, and well enough to understand both his credo and the spirit that spurred him on as a musical creator.
    • Your credo can guide you, but you cannot magically make it your mother's guiding principle as well.
    • Its credo espouses values such as integrity, offering the best value and service, and sustainability.
    • Further, professional journalists have a credo that they don't just poach on other people's scoops.
    • There's been an awful lot of blogging credos running around the web lately.
    • Such an ambitious credo sounds incongruous coming from someone whose debut album is not only innovative but also seems resolutely uncommercial.
    • Their mission statements read like political manifestos rather than educational credos.
    • It's one thing to spout fiery credos as a youth, but it's quite another thing to live by them forever after.
    • He wasn't aware that my credo is that he who criticizes the last topic becomes the new topic.
    • That was not all: the Credo declared that ‘Talk of an independent workers' political party is nothing but the result of transplanting alien aims and alien achievements on to our soil.’
    • Don't you wish your bank or phone company or car dealer would live by (or even vaguely imagine living by) such a Credo?
    • But his mother did teach him to stand up for himself and that is the credo that he now brings to his children, four sons and three daughters.
    • But even at his worst, he stuck to his guns and lived by his credos in a way that few people and fewer politicians ever do.
    • I strongly agree with her basic stance, and with the points of her credo.
    • There, he advises that someone should recite the Credo continuously for a dying person, which was the customary practice of his fellow friars.
    • The Mass omits the Credo and takes as its central point, the Holy Eucharist as narrated in the story of Christ's meeting with the disciples on the road to Emmaus.
    • Moreover, in the same paragraph, he describes the Credo as the central ‘confession of faith’ when he surely means ‘profession of faith’.
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    Religion
    the Credo el Credo