religiously

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English - Turkish
ciddiyetle
dini olarak
düzenli bir şekilde
imanla
religious
dinsel

Dinsel görüşlerini sizinle paylaşmak isteyen insanlar, sizin dinsel görüşünüzü onlarla paylaşmanızı neredeyse hiç istemezler. - People who want to share their religious views with you almost never want you to share yours with them.

Bir devlet okulunda dinsel eğitim yasaklandı. - Religious education is prohibited at a public school.

religious
dini

Ateizm dinî bir inanç değildir. - Atheism isn't a religious belief.

O dini mezhebin bazı acayip fikirleri var. - That religious cult has got some pretty off the wall ideas.

religious
{s} dindar

Ateistlerin tüm dindar ve sosyalistlerden daha merhametli olduğunu biliyorum. - I know atheists that have more humanity than all these religious and these socialists.

Tom çok dindar gibi gözükmüyor. - Tom doesn't appear to be very religious.

religious
{s} inançlı

Tom inançlı değildir. - Tom is not religious.

religious
müslüman
religious
rahip
religious
dinci
religious
dini bütün
religious
mütedeyyin
religious
dince
religious
dincilik
religious
vedi
religious
sofu
religious
{s} derin

Leyla'nın derin dinsel inançları vardı. - Layla had deep religious convictions.

religious
{s} din

Ateizm dinî bir inanç değildir. - Atheism isn't a religious belief.

Kız kardeşinin aksine, o, ebeveynlerinin ona verdiği dini inancı korudu. - Unlike his sister, he has retained the religious faith his parents brought him up in.

religious
religiouslydindarane
religious
diyanet
religious
religiousnessdindarlık
religious
tarikata ait
religious
{s} çok dikkatli
religious
rahibe
religious
dini vazife imiş gibi
religious
mezhebe ait
religious
din adam

Tom bir din adamı değildi. - Tom wasn't a religious man.

Din adamı saatlerce diz çökmüş olarak kaldı. - The religious man remained kneeling for hours.

religious
mutaassıp
religious
titiz/dindar/dinsel
English - English
Always

It is odd he gets so many cavities since he brushes his teeth religiously, every night, rain or shine.

In the manner of religion
{a} piously, devoutly, strictly
with extreme conscientiousness; "he came religiously every morning at 8 o'clock"
In a religious manner
by religion; "religiously inspired art"
by religion; "religiously inspired art
in a religious manner, devoutly, piously
1. If you do something religiously, you do it very regularly because you feel you have to. Do these exercises religiously every day. see also religious
religious
A member of a religious order

I am only one religious among the many religious of this church.

religious
Committed to the practice of religion

I was much more religious as a teenager than I am now.

religious
Highly dedicated, as one would be to a religion

I'm a religious fan of college basketball.

religious
devout
religious
pious
religious
characterized by attachment to religion; see religion
religious
rel
religious
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religious
Scrupulously faithful or exact; strict
religious
concerned with sacred matters or religion or the church; "religious texts"; "a nenber if a religious order"; "lords temporal and spiritual"; "spiritual leaders"; "spiritual songs"
religious
A "religious" is a priest, brother or sister who is a professed member of a religious order They live according to the rule of their order In pastoral ministry, they are under the jurisdiction of the local bishop, as well as the superiors of their order
religious
having or showing belief in and reverence for a deity; "a religious man"; "religious attitude"
religious
a member of a religious order who is bound by vows of poverty and chastity and obedience having or showing belief in and reverence for a deity; "a religious man"; "religious attitude"
religious
extremely scrupulous and conscientious; "religious in observing the rules of health"
religious
pertaining to the belief in and worship of a god or gods, a specific system of belief and worship involving a code of ethics, a value orientation emphasizing spiritual peace
religious
You use religious to describe things that are connected with religion or with one particular religion. religious groups. different religious beliefs. + religiously re·li·gious·ly India has always been one of the most religiously diverse countries
religious
Concerning religion
religious
A person bound by monastic vows, or sequestered from secular concern, and devoted to a life of piety and religion; a monk or friar; a nun
religious
{s} of or pertaining to religion; pious, devout, observant of religious laws and practices
religious
a member of a religious order who is bound by vows of poverty and chastity and obedience
religious
Belonging to a religious order; bound by vows
religious
extremely scrupulous and conscientious; "religious in observing the rules of health
religious
Possessing, or conforming to, religion; pious; godly; as, a religious man, life, behavior, etc
religious
Of or pertaining to religion; concerned with religion; teaching, or setting forth, religion; set apart to religion; as, a religious society; a religious sect; a religious place; religious subjects, books, teachers, houses, wars
religious
{i} devout people, pious people, people who are observant of religious laws and practices
religious
A technical term in the monastic world, meaning part of the monastic world
religious
The term is of course well known as referring to anything that has to do with religion In Catholic usage, it also refers to a person living according to a Rule (Latin: regula), that is a person belonging to a Catholic order See also secular priest It includes priests, lay brothers/monks and sisters/nuns
religious
Someone who is religious has a strong belief in a god or gods. They are both very religious and felt it was a gift from God. see also religiously
religiously

    Hyphenation

    re·li·gious·ly

    Turkish pronunciation

    rîlîcısli

    Pronunciation

    /rəˈləʤəslē/ /rɪˈlɪʤəsliː/

    Etymology

    [ ri-'li-j&s ] (adjective.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old French religieus, from Latin religiosus, from religio.

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