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sacrilege
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
sacrilege /'sækrilidʤ/
  • danh từ
    • tội phạm thần, tội phạm thánh, tội báng bổ
    • tội xúc phạm vật thánh; tội ăn trộm đồ thờ
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 desecration, profanation, debasement, violation, prostitution, dishonouring, vitiation, defilement, befouling, fouling, contamination, befoulment, misuse, abuse, perversion, maltreatment:
The horrendous Buckinghamshire county office building is an example of architectural sacrilege
2 impiety, heresy, profanation, outrage, violation, profanity, blasphemy, impiousness, irreverence, disrespect, secularization:
It was an unscrupulous sacrilege to appropriate to his own use the offerings to the gods.
sacrilegious
adj.
profane, impious, heretical, blasphemous, irreverent, disrespectful:
The inscription contains a curse on any who perpetrate any sacrilegious act against the remains of the pharaoh.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[U, sing.] an act of treating a holy thing or place without respect: (figurative) It would be sacrilege to alter the composer's original markings. + The cult of the Roman emperor was sacrilege to Jews and Christians.
sacrilegious adjective: Leading clerics condemned the book as a sacrilegious attack on their faith.


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