Translation of Manichaean in Spanish:


maniqueo, adj.


Pronunciation /ˌmanɪˈkiːən//ˌmænəˈkiən/


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    • The cardinal presented a strange, Manichean interpretation of twentieth-century history.
    • However, haunted not only by his Manichean past but, soon, by Pelagian boasts of human moral competence, Augustine was never able to shake his anxieties about freedom.
    • Members of the Manichaean movement were divided into the ‘chosen’ and their lay supporters.
    • She denies any supernatural or Manichean force of evil.
    • The script was used to write Manichaean literature in many different languages to spread its teachings.