Portuguese translation of 'cardinal'
2. (mathematics) cardinal
1. (religion) cardeal m
2. (mathematics) número cardinal
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He had already promised her to two young Spaniards when he was cardinal.THE FAMILY (2004)
Beyond them a very elderly cardinal looked up from his solitary meal as though annoyed by their gaiety.PROSECUTOR (2004)
I cannot agree with the General Secretary over a matter of cardinal importance.WALL GAMES (2004)
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British English: cardinal NOUN
A cardinal is a high-ranking priest in the Catholic church.
He was appointed a cardinal.
British English: cardinal ADJECTIVE
A cardinal rule or quality is the one that is considered to be the most important.
As a salesman, your cardinal rule is to do everything you can to satisfy a customer.
Translation of cardinal from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary