Translation of fornicate in Spanish:


fornicar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈfɔːnɪkeɪt//ˈfɔrnəˌkeɪt/

intransitive verb


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    fornicar formal
    • The final chorus in this production reverses the emotional polarities of the whole opera: singing about their new-won freedom, the humans fight, flirt and fornicate.
    • They traveled and probably fornicated in cars made by giant multinational corporations.
    • He thus has the knowledge that he should avoid fornication, but he fornicates nonetheless because he actually sees the fornication as an act of pleasure to be pursued.
    • A man of irreproachable personal piety who nevertheless has no objection to his neighbors’ boozing on the Sabbath or fornicating in haylofts is not a Puritan.
    • If our patients had no alternative but to fornicate, perhaps it would be a case of passing the buck.