Translation of perdition in Spanish:

perdition

perdición, n.

Pronunciation /pəˈdɪʃ(ə)n//pərˈdɪʃən/

noun

literary

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    perdición feminine
    • The Christian could not be tolerant or detached for the Christian could not remain indifferent to something which inevitably meant the loss of his soul and perdition for others.
    • I withdraw it from the dark thoughts and from the spirit of perdition and I give it to God.
    • But salvation and perdition always hang in the balance.
    • It is obvious that the motives of the Holy See and its agents were laudable; they wanted to save the souls of the millions under their care from everlasting perdition.
    • My daddy thought acting was the road to perdition.
    • But they had all seemed pretty much condemned to perdition anyway.
    • I took it for granted in my article that God may sometimes give special graces to dying persons to rescue them from the jaws of perdition.
    • He despises the ignorant and the sinner as doomed to perdition, nay, he considers them as the enemies of God, and as such to be persecuted.
    • Their aim is to persuade his hearers to pursue the better and safer path by alerting them to the danger of eternal perdition.
    • Removing the will from God does not, therefore, deny human freedom; one remains free either to wander into perdition, or, through grace, to return where one belongs, in God.
    • But they that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare, and into many foolish and hurtful lusts, which drown men in destruction and perdition.
    • At bottom - and yes, the bottom is a long way down - he and my father may not have thought about God and perdition in such different terms.
    • Hence, if the children suffer eternal perdition because their parents, who are themselves Christians, do not teach them how to attain salvation, God will judge and punish the parents.
    • This breeze reeked of the incense cast upon the brazier of such sulfurous content to seem as though spewed from the bowels of perdition.