Translation of sunder in Spanish:

sunder

romper, v.

Pronunciation: /ˈsəndər//ˈsʌndə/

transitive verb

  • 1literary

    romper
    hender literary
    • They are simply sundered, and to bridge them is a task, not a gift.
    • According to Orthodox theology, death ‘does not mean the destruction of man but merely the sundering of the soul from the body’.
    • Alienated from truthful knowledge, and unable to trust perceptual data without supplementary information, the individual is sundered from the world.
    • But the process is apparently irreversible and non-renewable, and so if physical strain sunders the fibril bonds, tearing the tendon, it is impossible to reform them, at least in living tissue.