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baptise

  • 1 baptise

    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) bautizar
    - baptismal
    tr[bæp'taɪz]
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    v.
    acristianar v.
    bautizar v.
    cristianar v.

    English-spanish dictionary > baptise

  • 2 baptise

    v. doopceremonie houden, dopen (christelijk ritueel toetreding tot de kerk symboliserend); iemand een doopnaam geven tijdens de doopceremonie (ook "baptize")
    → baptize baptize/

    English-Dutch dictionary > baptise

  • 3 baptise

    /bæp'taiz/ Cách viết khác: (baptise)/bæp'taiz/ * ngoại động từ - (tôn giáo) rửa tội - đặt tên (cho chiếc tàu...)

    English-Vietnamese dictionary > baptise

  • 4 baptise

    (ezitpab םג) הליבטה סקטב קונית וא םדאל םש תתל ;(תורצנב) םימב הליבט ידי לע הלבטהה סקט תא ךורעל,תורצנל ליבטהל,דמעשל

    English-Hebrew dictionary > baptise

  • 5 baptise

    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) døbe; navngive
    - baptismal
    * * *
    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) døbe; navngive
    - baptismal

    English-Danish dictionary > baptise

  • 6 baptise

    membaptis, baptis

    English-Indonesian dictionary > baptise

  • 7 baptise

    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) skíra
    - baptismal

    English-Icelandic dictionary > baptise

  • 8 baptise

    megkeresztel
    * * *
    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) megkeresztel
    - baptismal

    English-Hungarian dictionary > baptise

  • 9 baptise

    baist

    English-Irish dictionary > baptise

  • 10 baptise

    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) baptizar
    - baptismal

    English-Portuguese dictionary > baptise

  • 11 baptise

    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) vaftiz etmek
    - baptismal

    English-Turkish dictionary > baptise

  • 12 baptise

    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) krstiti (za)
    - baptismal

    English-Slovenian dictionary > baptise

  • 13 baptise

    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) kastaa
    - baptismal

    English-Finnish dictionary > baptise

  • 14 baptise

    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) døpe
    - baptismal

    English-Norwegian dictionary > baptise

  • 15 baptise

    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) battezzare
    - baptismal

    English-Italian dictionary > baptise

  • 16 baptise

    see academic.ru/5410/baptize">baptize
    * * *
    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) taufen
    - baptism
    - baptismal
    * * *
    * * *
    (UK) v.
    taufen v.

    English-german dictionary > baptise

  • 17 baptise

    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) chrzcić
    - baptismal

    English-Polish dictionary > baptise

  • 18 baptise

    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) kristīt
    - baptismal

    English-Latvian dictionary > baptise

  • 19 baptise

    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) krikštyti
    - baptismal

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > baptise

  • 20 baptise

    (to dip (a person) in water, or sprinkle (someone) with water, as a symbol of acceptance into the Christian church, usually also giving him a name: She was baptized Mary but calls herself Jane.) döpa
    - baptismal

    English-Swedish dictionary > baptise

См. также в других словарях:

  • baptisé — ● baptisé, baptisée nom Personne qui a reçu le baptême. ⇒BAPTISÉ, ÉE, part. passé et adj. I. Part. passé de baptiser. II. Adj. Qui a reçu le baptême : • 1. Corneille, il est vrai, attribue, on le voit, cette toute puissance et ce miracle de la… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • baptise — bap tise v. t. same as {baptize}. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • baptisé — baptisé, ée (ba ti zé, zée) part. passé. Clovis et ses Francs baptisés par saint Remy …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • baptise — British English spelling of BAPTIZE (Cf. baptize); for spelling, see IZE (Cf. ize). Related: Baptised; baptising …   Etymology dictionary

  • baptise — (Brit.) v. perform ceremony of baptism by immersing in water (Christian ritual symbolizing admittance into the church); give a name to person during the ceremony of baptism (also baptize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Baptisé — Baptême Pour les articles homonymes, voir Baptême (homonymie). Christianisme Religions abrahamiques (arbre) Judaïsme · Christianisme · Islam Courants …   Wikipédia en Français

  • baptise — [c]/bæpˈtaɪz / (say bap tuyz) verb (baptised, baptising) –verb (t) 1. to immerse in water, or sprinkle or pour water on, in the Christian rite of baptism. 2. to cleanse spiritually; initiate or dedicate by purifying. 3. to christen. –verb (i) 4.… …   Australian English dictionary

  • baptise — verb administer baptism to The parents had the child baptized • Syn: ↑baptize, ↑christen • Derivationally related forms: ↑christening (for: ↑christen), ↑baptism, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • baptise — verb see baptize …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • baptise — verb a) To sprinkle or pour water over, or to immerse in water, as a spiritual cleansing process in the rite of Christian baptism. b) To dedicate or christen …   Wiktionary

  • baptise — bap|tise [ bæp taız ] a British spelling of baptize …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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