Translation of vocation in Spanish:

vocation

vocación, n.

Pronunciation /voʊˈkeɪʃ(ə)n//və(ʊ)ˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    vocación feminine
    he has a vocation for / to the priesthood tiene vocación de sacerdote
    • you missed your vocation! ¡erraste la vocación!
    • ‘Teaching is a vocation as well as a profession,’ is John's guiding principle.
    • And I think at that time my vocation became very strong.
    • I imagine that most people who go into the Police Service have a strong sense of vocation.
    • The newspaper has a new astrologer and he found his vocation following careers in the Royal Navy, hotels and catering.
    • And this pope actually had a deep influence on my own vocation to the priesthood.
    • I commend the New Zealanders who continue to study for those professions, regardless of the many disincentives, because they have a vocation and a real desire to help others.
    • Marty perceives his mentoring not as a career but as a vocation and a faith commitment.
    • This is bleak because my career is neither a passion nor a vocation.
    • He was born in a Kerry farming community in 1938 and, in his early 20s, he received his vocation to enter the priesthood.