worship

worship
'wə:ʃip
1. past tense, past participle - worshipped; verb
1) (to pay great honour to: to worship God.) adorar, rendir culto (a)
2) (to love or admire very greatly: She worships her older brother.) adorar

2. noun
(the act of worshipping: A church is a place of worship; the worship of God / of money.) adoración, veneración
worship1 n culto
a place of worship un lugar de culto
worship2 vb adorar / rendir culto
the natives worship their own gods los indígenas adoran a sus propios dioses
El pasado y participio pasado de worship se escribe worshipped; el gerundio se escribe worshipping
worship
tr['wɜːʃɪp]
noun
1 SMALLRELIGION/SMALL adoración nombre femenino, veneración nombre femenino, culto (service) culto, oficio
a place of worship templo
let us join together in holy worship unámonos en sagrada adoración
Sunday worship culto dominical
2 (devotion, love) amor nombre masculino, culto, idolatría
transitive verb (pt & pp worshipped, ger worshipping)
1 SMALLRELIGION/SMALL adorar, venerar
2 (idolize) rendir culto a, idolatrar
intransitive verb
1 (attend church) ir a misa, ser feligrés,-esa
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
his «(your etc)» Worship SMALLBRITISH ENGLISH/SMALL (form of address - mayor) el señor alcalde 2 (- magistrate) su señoría
worship ['wərʃəp] v, -shiped or -shipped ; -shiping or -shipping vt
: adorar, venerar
to worship God: adorar a Dios
worship vi
: practicar una religión
worship n
: adoración f, culto m
worship
v.
adorar v.
venerar v.
n.
adoración s.f.
culto s.m.
oficio s.m.
veneración s.f.
'wɜːrʃəp, 'wɜːʃɪp
I
noun
1) u culto m, adoración f

sun worship — el culto al sol, la adoración del sol

freedom of worship — libertad f de cultos

an object of worship — un objeto de veneración

act of worship — ceremonia f religiosa

2) c Worship (as title)

Your/His Worship — (of magistrate) Su Señoría; (of mayor) el señor alcalde


II
1.
BrE -pp- transitive verb \<\<God\>\> adorar, venerar, rendir* culto a; \<\<success/wealth\>\> rendir* culto a; \<\<hero\>\> idolatrar

he worships her — la adora


2.
vi (Relig)

the church where we worship — nuestra iglesia

['wɜːʃɪp]
1. N
1) (=adoration) adoración f ; (=reverence) veneración f ; (=organized worship) culto m

place of worship — lugar m de culto

hours of worship — horario m de cultos

2) (Brit) (in titles)

Your Worship — (to judge) su Señoría; (to mayor) señor(a) alcalde*, (sa)

His Worship the Mayor — el señor alcalde

2.
VT [+ God, money, success] adorar, rendir culto a; [+ film star, singer] adorar, idolatrar

she worships her children — (fig) adora a sus hijos

3.
VI (Rel) hacer sus devociones
* * *
['wɜːrʃəp, 'wɜːʃɪp]
I
noun
1) u culto m, adoración f

sun worship — el culto al sol, la adoración del sol

freedom of worship — libertad f de cultos

an object of worship — un objeto de veneración

act of worship — ceremonia f religiosa

2) c Worship (as title)

Your/His Worship — (of magistrate) Su Señoría; (of mayor) el señor alcalde


II
1.
BrE -pp- transitive verb \<\<God\>\> adorar, venerar, rendir* culto a; \<\<success/wealth\>\> rendir* culto a; \<\<hero\>\> idolatrar

he worships her — la adora


2.
vi (Relig)

the church where we worship — nuestra iglesia


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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