Word: secular

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Synonyms: secular

nonreligious, areligious, lay, temporal, worldly, earthly, profane, laic

Translations: secular

spanish
secular, seglar


german
weltlich

french
profane, séculier, séculaire, temporel

italian
laico, secolare, laica, secolari, laici

portuguese
seculares, temporal, laico, laica

dutch
wereldlijk, seculair, seculiere, wereldlijke, seculier

russian
вековой, светский, вечный, мирской

norwegian
verdslig

swedish
sekulär, sekulära, sekulärt, världsliga, världslig

finnish
maallinen

danish
sekulære, verdslige, sekulær, verdslig, sekulært

czech
světský, laik, věkovitý

polish
świecki, wielowiekowy, stuletni, laicki, sekularny, ...

hungarian
világi, szekuláris, a világi, szekularizált, évszázados

turkish
laik, seküler, laik bir, laiklik

greek
κοσμικός

ukrainian
світський, мирянин

albanian
laik, laike, sekular, shekullare, sekulare

bulgarian
светски, светска, светската, светския, светско

belarusian
свецкі, свецкае, свецкую, сьвецкі, свецкая

estonian
ilmalik, pikaaegne

croatian
svjetovni, vječit

icelandic
veraldlega, veraldlegt, veraldlegum, veraldlegu, veraldleg

lithuanian
pasaulietinis, pasaulietinė, pasaulietinės, pasaulietiška, sekuliari

latvian
sekulārs, laicīgs, laicīga, laicīgās, laicīgā

macedonian
секуларна, секуларната, секуларниот, секуларните, секуларни

romanian
laic

slovenian
sekularna, posvetni, laična, posvetna, posvetne

slovak
svetský, sekulárny, občiansky

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The meaning and "use of": secular

adjective
  • denoting attitudes, activities, or other things that have no religious or spiritual basis.
  • (of clergy) not subject to or bound by religious rule; not belonging to or living in a monastic or other order.
  • (of a fluctuation or trend) occurring or persisting over an indefinitely long period.

noun
  • a secular priest.

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