Translation of repentance in Spanish:


arrepentimiento, n.

Pronunciation /rəˈpɛntəns//rɪˈpɛnt(ə)ns/


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    arrepentimiento masculine
    • There was an expression of extreme repentance, sorrow and guilt upon his open face.
    • In the thirteenth century her character and role were significantly expanded to incorporate details of her life as a prostitute and her subsequent conversion and repentance.
    • True repentance will be accepted in the spirit given.
    • Any attempt to escape will fail, and repentance may give you a shorter time of imprisonment.
    • The ruling principle is that fear of sin precedes love of God, which leads to repentance (contrition).