Translation of doctrine in Spanish:

doctrine

doctrina, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈdɑktrən//ˈdɒktrɪn/

noun

  • 1

    (principles, tenets)
    doctrina feminine
    Christian doctrine la doctrina cristiana
    • If he adopts a doctrine of pre-emption, he is unacceptably remaking American national-security policy.
    • It attained some popularity due to a mistaken belief that it taught orthodox Mahyna doctrines, such as emptiness.
    • Recent legal regulation of democratic practices has focused on developing constitutional doctrines that permit courts to reshape political practices.
    • The Bush doctrine is being evoked as a template for conflict resolution worldwide.
    • Catholic social doctrine was seen as an alternative to, and bulwark against, socialism.
    • The conquest of Iraq was the first test of the Bush doctrine of preventive war.
    • There were significant restrictions on the freedom of individuals to question or reject church doctrine.
    • Of course, we have not yet developed the necessary tactical doctrine for systems we have not developed and flown.
    • The ideals of the party become sacred doctrines that can in no event be violated or contradicted.
    • Ironically, in escaping political doctrines, he found himself snared by a musical ideology.
    • At the moment opinions differ too much to formulate a doctrine of predestination that is acceptable for all parties.
    • Are we discussing the Powell doctrine, or is this a critique of what's going on in the world right now?
    • He demonstrates that the Bush doctrine is connected with the spread of neoliberalism and global capital.
    • The outstanding distinction lies in the fact that Buddhist doctrine is propounded by an apparently historical founder.
    • Life is never as simple as most political doctrines would have us believe.
    • However, the East never developed a doctrine of original sin as the west did.
    • In this book, he rejects the doctrine of original sin and replaces it with original goodness.
    • I'm not a god-fearing man but I do at times incline towards the highest doctrines of the church.
    • Since the Catholic mass was forbidden in late Elizabethan England, accepting the doctrine of transubstantiation necessitated risking considerable penalties.
    • In 325, church leaders were willing to die to see that orthodox doctrine was upheld.
    • Globally I think that the classical political doctrines will be seriously transformed.
    • Some other missionaries may have just been concerned to teach the doctrines of the church.
    • Both groups continue to perpetuate the old and outworn doctrines of party politics.
    • We proclaim a new doctrine of preemption which is understood by few and feared by many.
    • I now accepted the orthodox Christian doctrine of Creation.
    • We're moving on now, leaving medieval doctrines and superstitious belief systems behind.
  • 2

    Politics
    doctrina feminine
    the Monroe Doctrine la doctrina Monroe