Translation of self-sacrifice in Spanish:


sacrificio, n.

Pronunciation /ˌsɛlfˈsakrɪfʌɪs//sɛlf ˈsækrəˌfaɪs/


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    sacrificio masculine
    • Surely, no flame of piety, idealism, or self-sacrifice could burn in the cold hearts of its citizens.
    • Increasingly, these seem the desperate words of self-surrender and self-sacrifice.
    • His self-sacrifice and idealism are also in stark contrast to the corruption and cynicism evident in modern Ireland.
    • He almost undoubtedly saved his wife's life, but the price he paid for this act of bravery and self-sacrifice was horrific.
    • We seem to be confronted in these films by the masochistic pleasure women take in their own self-sacrifice or renunciation.
    • It is about dedication and self-sacrifice to the ideal of national freedom.
    • The idea upon which the whole show was built - self-sacrifice for a higher, artistic ideal - had got lost along the way.
    • Dogs are not noted for their understanding of abstract concepts, and so do not manifest altruism or self-sacrifice in any meaningful sense.
    • Nevertheless, they concede that self-sacrifice must continue to play a role within this ethic of mutuality.
    • If that smacks of the antiquated language of retired generals, call it altruism and self-sacrifice.
    • I count some of these amongst my closest friends - people whose self-sacrifice and unselfish love of truth would do credit to any man.
    • Try to break your pattern of self-sacrifice and self-sabotage, and stay on the road to good health.
    • A true team has three primary components: unity of purpose, trust and self-sacrifice.
    • They also stress that self-sacrifice should be motivated by the fight, not to escape personal problems.
    • Certainly their self-sacrifice is worthy of considerable praise.
    • In 1900 the person who displayed altruism and self-sacrifice would simply have been regarded as ‘good’.
    • All it's done is remind me that when self-sacrifice is held up as a moral ideal, whatever you give will never be enough.
    • Through self-sacrifice we must show people that service of the public is a life-building motivation.
    • I believe they imparted a bottom-line idea of morality derived from self-sacrifice, respect and immutable values.
    • The market economy invests heavily in and rewards individualism, not self-sacrifice and altruism, the lifeblood of the family.