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culto

  
a       adj  
1    [persona]   cultured, educated  
pey   (=afectado)   affected
2    [palabra, frase]   learned
b       sm  
1      (Rel)   (=veneración)   worship  
(=ritual)  
cult     ( a      of)     
libertad de culto      freedom of worship  
el culto a Zeus      the cult of Zeus  
rendir culto a        (lit)   to worship     (fig)   to pay homage o tribute to  
2    (=admiración)   cult  
de culto      cult    antes de s     
una película de culto      a cult movie  
  culto a la personalidad   personality cult
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
de culto exp.
cult

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to pay homage {o} tribute to
[Fig.]
exp.
to worship
[Lit.]
exp.
the cult of Zeus
exp.
freedom of worship
exp.
a cult movie
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'culto' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
culto
n.
el culto
n.
el culto
exp.
muy culto
exp.
poco culto
[Fig.]
exp.
rendir culto a algo
n.
el culto a los ídolos
exp.
lugar de culto
exp.
libertad de culto
exp.
libertad de culto
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"culto": examples and translations in context
Recluta jóvenes en Europa para un culto peligroso. It recruits young people in Europe to a dangerous cult.
Son porristas Harry, un culto peligroso. They're cheerleaders, Harry. It's a dangerous cult.
Al Estado rinden nuevamente culto los grandes medios de comunicación y renace el discurso proteccionista. Again the great mass media worship the State and the protectionist discourse is reborn.
La iglesia continuó dedicada al culto hasta mediados de los años setenta. The church was dedicated to worship to about the middle of seventies.
Cada culto puede solicitar este reconocimiento que será objeto de una ley. Each religion can apply for recognition, which will be the subject of specific legislation.
El derecho de los grupos religiosos a reunirse y practicar su culto ha de ser incondicional. The right of religious groups to assemble and practise their religion must be unconditional.
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