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salvador

, a      sm/f  
1    (=que rescata)   rescuer, saviour, savior   (EEUU)  
2    [+de playa]   life-saver  


El Salvador         sm   El Salvador  
Salvador         sm  
1    el Salvador        (Rel)   the Saviour, the Savior   (EEUU)     
2    El Salvador        (Geog)   El Salvador  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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exp.
the Saviour
[Rel.]
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El Salvador
[Geo.]
exp.
the Savior
[Rel.]
exp.
international attention focused on {o} centred on El Salvador
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"Salvador": examples and translations in context
Les resulta duro separarse del Salvador. It is hard for them to be separated from the Savior.
Y agradecerle también por ser nuestro Salvador. And let us also thank Him for being our Savior.
Era duro para ellos separarse del Salvador. It was hard for them to be separated from the Saviour.
Otros tuvieron que cargarlo al Salvador. Others had to carry him to the Saviour.
Ni José ni Nicodemo habían aceptado abiertamente al Salvador mientras vivía. Neither Joseph nor Nicodemus had openly accepted the Saviour while He was living.
La humanidad se alejó del Salvador y vive espiritualmente ciega. Humanity has separated itself from the Saviour and lives in spiritual blindness.
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