There are 2 main translations of fanatic in Spanish

: fanatic1fanatic2

fanatic1

fanático, n.

Pronunciation /fəˈnatɪk//fəˈnædɪk/

noun

  • 1

    fanático masculine
    fanática feminine
    • Shipway was known as a fitness fanatic, a term inactive types use to describe anyone who walks to the mailbox, but in Shipway's case the description was apt.
    • Edward Johns Urwick was a religious fanatic who approached social service as a philosopher.
    • A fitness fanatic, Harth worked out daily in the local gym.
    • A fitness fanatic smashed a world record for endurance running on a treadmill yesterday, by clocking up almost 150 miles in just 48 hours.
    • The place was steeped in councilors, past and present, from the indefatigable bike fanatic Gordon Price to the bike-commuting Peter Ladner.
    • War has been declared on us by religious fanatics who are prepared to wage that war without limit.
    • But I cannot stand the posturing of fanatics of any religious or political group.
    • I don't see how any Star Wars fan, whether an obsessive fanatic or simply someone who has always just enjoyed the films as fun entertainment, could not like this film.
    • He was quite rigid, almost like a religious fanatic.
    • Wesley's eyes glint with a religious fanatic's zeal.
    • Most people think that Afghans are religious fanatics and this is probably due to the media exposure.
    • HIS age and more than 30 miles riding up a mountain failed to stop cycling fanatic Brian Bulmer's success in a highly prestigious event.
    • The dictator is not going to work with a religious fanatic, she said.
    • It's there she's spotted by a fellow soccer fanatic Jules who is on the lookout for new talent for the local girl's team.
    • He was then rising high in the Army, a fitness fanatic, and a truly powerful all round athlete.
    • Howley, a fitness fanatic with huge upper body strength, looks back with satisfaction on a career that blossomed since he first made his mark in senior rugby for Bridgend at 19.
    • Film critics have been divided on the movie's merits, claiming it to be either powerful film-making or a religious fanatic's racist interpretation.
    • To his considerable dismay, the clearly traumatised girl refuses to disclose the whereabouts of her mother, a former folk singer who was last seen in the company of a religious fanatic named David Minor.
    • The extreme right wing religious fanatics truly scare me beyond belief.
    • Religious fanatics the world over are much the same, full of deadly purity.
    • Andy, whose first column begins today, says you don't need to become a fitness fanatic to reap the benefits of better health.
    • Much to the chagrin of my room-mates, come election time I will roam around extolling the necessity of voting with the zeal of a religious fanatic.
    • He moved to Pakistan with his family before being forced out by religious fanatics.
    • International law has not thought of catering for the violent individual with a grudge against the state, for instance, or the fanatic motivated by religious beliefs.
    • The broadband connection your hardcore MP3 fanatic needs has not reached even moderate market saturation.
    • And he is also a fitness fanatic whose strict regime has added years to his playing career.
    • There are many religious fanatics about in the world, and they are all terrifying.
    • Among the exhibitors were model steam engine fanatic Gordon Woodham from Warminster, walking stick maker George Russell from Sutton Veny, and The Wylye Valley Tree Group.
    • This was done by religious fanatics who believe that death is good for them.
    • Former Evening Press scribe and York City fanatic Robert Beaumont has been pushed to the brink by the team's recent results.
    • They are not fools or mindless religious fanatics: they are philosophers.
    • You say that some don't think of him at all; some see him as the original social worker, or as a great teacher, or a revolutionary, or a religious fanatic with a death-wish.
    • Owned by sports fanatic Paul Allen, ‘Sporting News’ caters to the passionate fan.
    • Matthew, who is studying for his A-levels, is a fitness fanatic with a black belt in the martial art ikedo.
    • Sixty years on, keep-fit fanatic Captain Jack Rolfson is living in Rainbow Springs Drive, Chatanooga, Tennessee and jogged five miles per day up until about ten years ago.
    • Once a cult activity among sports fanatics, fantasy games are going mainstream.
    • Since when have religious fanatics slaughtered the unarmed, or thought they made paradise?
    • Earlier this year, train fanatic Joe Ross, who has learning difficulties, wrote to London Underground to ask whether he could drive one of its Tube trains.
    • ‘Cinderella Man’ was written by New York lawyer and boxing fanatic Michael DeLise.
    • Those of us who are non-religious find it difficult to grasp the mindset of religious fanatics.

There are 2 main translations of fanatic in Spanish

: fanatic1fanatic2

fanatic2

adjective

  • 1

    • But at all times, a clear distinction must be held between Muslims and fanatic nihilists, for the former desire the furtherment of society, while the latter do not believe in society at all.
    • Fueled by supremacist and puritan theological creeds, their symbolic acts of power become uncompromisingly fanatic and violent.
    • Something which has started in Chechnya during the first war was already pointing in the direction of fanatic fundamentalist, global Islamist resistance.
    • In October, the voters in Afghanistan refused to elect a bunch of fanatic theocrats to rule them and the Iraqis have done likewise.
    • The Solapur riots had started when fanatic Hindus resisted Muslims protesting against the outpourings of the American evangelist Falwell.
    • By razing the Babri masjid to the ground first and then doing ‘ethnic cleansing’ in Gujarat, fanatic Hindus have brought the genie of Hindutva out of the bottle.
    • The group that gigged perhaps three times a month at home now found itself onstage five to six nights a week, playing to increasingly fanatic audiences.
    • Fueled by supremacist and puritan theological creeds their symbolic acts of power become uncompromisingly fanatic and violent.
    • Faced with these fanatic acts of terror coming from the midst of society, the idea of multiculturalism has been on the wane in Germany - across the party spectrum.
    • Luhulima believes that each side's fanatic desire to avenge the other's most recent attack will continue to undermine religious tolerance throughout Indonesia.
    • Europe has a similar interest, having suffered, with the train bombings in Madrid, the kind of fanatic nihilism that visited the Twin Towers.
    • Thus he passed first through what he colorfully described as a ‘positively fanatic indulgence in free thinking.’
    • Terrorism is often the outcome of that fanatic fundamentalism which springs from the conviction that one's own vision of the truth must be forced upon everyone else.