Sin

  • 81 Sin — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom.   Sigles d’une seule lettre   Sigles de deux lettres > Sigles de trois lettres   Sigles de quatre lettres …

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  • 82 Sin —    Is any want of conformity unto or transgression of the law of God (1 John 3:4; Rom. 4:15), in the inward state and habit of the soul, as well as in the outward conduct of the life, whether by omission or commission (Rom. 6:12 17; 7:5 24). It… …

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • 83 Sin — (Del lat. sine.) ► preposición 1 Indica privación o carencia: ■ estoy sin un duro. 2 Fuera de, además de: ■ son quinientas del aperitivo y dos mil de la comida, sin el postre, que es gratis. SINÓNIMO [sin contar con] FRASEOLOGÍA ► locución… …

    Enciclopedia Universal

  • 84 sin — I n. 1) to commit a sin 2) to expiate; recant a sin 3) to forgive smb. s sin 4) a deadly; inexpiable; mortal; unforgivable, unpardonable; venial sin 5) original sin 6) a sin against 7) a sin to + inf. (it s a sin to tell a lie) 8) a sin that +… …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 85 Sin-é — infobox music venue name = Sin é caption = A band performing at the final incarnation of Sin é in 2007 location = Manhattan, New York genres = years active = 1989 mdash; 2007 capacity = coordinates = Coord|40.727286| 73.984564|type:landmark… …

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  • 86 sin — sin1 S2 [sın] n [: Old English; Origin: synn] 1.) [U and C] an action that is against religious rules and is considered to be an offence against God sin of ▪ the sin of pride ▪ She needed to confess her sins and ask for forgiveness. ▪ He knew… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 87 sín — a stil. ú m, mn. sinóvi stil. síni; dv. sína in sinóva (ȋ) moški v odnosu do svojih staršev: sin se je oženil; imata tri sinove; roditi sina; to je najmlajši sin; sin edinec; sin in hči / bratov sin nečak; nezakonski, prvorojeni sin; ekspr. še… …

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  • 88 SIN — Der Begriff Sin bzw. SIN bezeichnet: die israelische Wüste Sin, siehe Zin (Wüste) einen hebräischen Buchstaben, siehe Sin (Hebräisch) einen arabischen Buchstaben, siehe Sin (Arabischer Buchstabe) den babylonischen Gott des Mondes, siehe Sin… …

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  • 89 sin — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ cardinal, deadly, mortal ▪ egregious (esp. AmE), grave, great, grievous, heinous ▪ …

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  • 90 Sin — Der Name Sin bezeichnet: Jaime Lachica Sin (1928–2005), Erzbischof von Manila Victoria Sin (*1979), deutsche Pornodarstellerin Der Begriff Sin bzw. SIN bezeichnet: die israelische Wüste Sin, siehe Zin (Wüste) den altägyptischen Ort Pelusium einen …

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  • 91 Sîn — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Sin et Nanna. Nanna ou Sîn sont les noms les plus courants du dieu mésopotamien de la Lune. Il s agit d une des plus importantes divinités des panthéons du Proche orient ancien. Les Sumériens le nommaient entre… …

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  • 92 sin — sin1 sinlike, adj. sinningly, adv. sinningness, n. /sin/, n., v., sinned, sinning. n. 1. transgression of divine law: the sin of Adam. 2. any act regarded as such a transgression, esp. a willful or deliberate violation of some religious or moral… …

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  • 93 sin — prep 1 Expresa falta o carencia de algo: Estamos sin trabajo , Lo hice sin ganas , Nos quedamos sin luz 2 Además de, aparte de: Le robaron veinte mil pesos sin contar las alhajas 3 Seguida de infinitivo, niega la acción del verbo: Se fue sin… …

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  • 94 sin — 1 noun 1 (C, U) disobedience to God, or an offence against God or religious laws: The Bible says adultery is a sin. | the sin of pride | the Christian concept of sin | commit a sin (=do something that breaks a religious law) 2 (singular) informal …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 95 sin — sin1 [ sın ] noun ** 1. ) count or uncount an action, thought, or way of behaving that is wrong according to religious laws: the sin of pride/greed Christians believe in the forgiveness of sins. commit (a) sin: She had committed a sin and was… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 96 sin — [[t]sɪ̱n[/t]] sins, sinning, sinned 1) N VAR Sin or a sin is an action or type of behaviour which is believed to break the laws of God. → See also , mortal sin The Vatican s teaching on abortion is clear: it is a sin... Was it the sin of pride to …

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  • 97 sin — Synonyms and related words: aberrancy, aberration, abomination, atrocity, bad, breach, commit sin, crime, crime against humanity, criminal tendency, criminality, criminosis, deadly sin, debt, defectiveness, deficiency, delinquency, delusion,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 98 sin — I UK [sɪn] / US noun Word forms sin : singular sin plural sins ** 1) [countable/uncountable] an action, thought, or way of behaving that is wrong according to religious laws the sin of pride/greed Christians believe in the forgiveness of sins.… …

    English dictionary

  • 99 sin — {{11}}sin (n.) O.E. synn moral wrongdoing, offense against God, misdeed, from P.Gmc. *sundjo (Cf. O.S. sundia, O.Fris. sende, M.Du. sonde, Ger. Sünde sin, transgression, trespass, offense ), probably ultimately true (Cf. Goth. sonjis, O.N. sannr… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 100 sin — 1. noun 1) a sin in the eyes of God Syn: immoral act, wrong, wrongdoing, act of evil/wickedness, transgression, crime, offense, misdeed, misdemeanor; archaic trespass 2) the human capacity for sin Syn: wickedness …

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