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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (not religious)
a. secular (art)
Universities began to foment secular art.Las universidades empezaron a fomentar el arte secular.
b. laico
If I leave the parroquial school and go to a secular school, I won't have to wear a uniform.Si dejo la parroquia y voy a una escuela laica, no tendré que vestir uniforme.
c. profano (music)
The troubadours were traveling minstrels who played secular music.Los trovadores eran juglares errantes que tocaban música profana.
2. (non-monastic cleric)
a. secular
He's a secular priest, so he doesn't live in a monastery.Es un cura secular, así que no vive en un monasterio.
b. seglar
Secular priests are not required to wear habits as monks do.A los curas seglares no se les exige llevar hábito como hacen los monjes.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (history, art)
a. secular
2. (music)
a. profano(a)
3. (education)
a. laico(a)
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secular [ˈsekjʊləʳ]
[+authority] laico; [+writings, music] profano; [+priest] secular; seglar
secular school escuela (f) laica
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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