Translation of irreligious in Spanish:


irreligioso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɪ(r)rəˈlɪdʒəs//ɪrɪˈlɪdʒəs/



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    irreligioso formal
    • The danger is not religion but fanaticism, which can equally be displayed by atheist communists and by irreligious nationalists.
    • Even if a person has left the Jewish fold, or is completely irreligious, it is still forbidden to help or cause him to sin.
    • Governments gradually granted equal civil status to those holding a variety of religious and irreligious beliefs - a key condition for creating secular states.
    • The Czech Republic is largely irreligious, but the Slovak Republic is predominantly Roman Catholic.
    • Between a religious person and irreligious person there are many common meeting points which we require to explore ’, he observed.
    • In an irreligious society, capital punishment teaches something else: that the state has absolute power over life.
    • Shetland is the most irreligious place in the UK.
    • There are those who take the cover of religion to commit irreligious acts.
    • A traditionalist might easily jump to the conclusion that the show's second half is irreligious.
    • I am so irreligious that atheism seems a religion to me.
    • Does that mean that they're irreligious or are they not spiritual?
    • Nietzsche was perhaps the most colorful of the irreligious critics of the modern hopes for an individualistic morality that is applicable to all.
    • When three fourths of the whole world become irreligious, the situation is converted into hell for the animals.
    • I have described the recent war in Bosnia and Croatia as a religious war fought by irreligious people.
    • Twenty years later, Justice Joseph Story likewise wrote that a father could lose his rights for ‘atheistical and irreligious principles.’
    • I have many friends, both deeply religious and deeply irreligious, whom I much respect.
    • People, religious and irreligious, are correct to insist that we practise what we preach.
    • Our differences - male or female, religious or irreligious, rich or poor - matter not at all.
    • Apparently it's a book of ‘extraordinary power’ which Dr. Williams hopes will spread ‘in epidemic profusion through religious and irreligious alike’.
    • Peter said that the drama, shot in a documentary style, was more irreligious than religious.