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French translation of 'sin'

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sin

[ˈsɪn ]
noun
péché m
to live in sin (old-fashioned) [unmarried couple] vivre dans le péché
intransitive verb
pécher

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Example Sentences Including 'sin'

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And then there was the sin which seemed to come merely from being born.
Salley Vickers INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3 (2004)
So there was no necessity for guilt unless you counted enjoyment as a sin.
Martin, Joy THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2004)

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'sin' in Other Languages

British English: sin /sɪn/ NOUN
Sin or a sin is an action or type of behaviour which is believed to break the laws of God.
They believe that lying is a sin.
  • American English: sin
  • Arabic: خَطِيئَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: pecado
  • Chinese: 罪孽
  • Croatian: grijeh
  • Czech: hřích
  • Danish: synd
  • Dutch: zonde
  • European Spanish: pecado
  • Finnish: synti
  • French: péché
  • German: Sünde
  • Greek: αμαρτία
  • Italian: peccato
  • Japanese: 宗教・道徳
  • Korean:
  • Norwegian: synd
  • Polish: grzech
  • European Portuguese: pecado
  • Romanian: păcat
  • Russian: грех
  • Spanish: pecado
  • Swedish: synd
  • Thai: บาป
  • Turkish: günah
  • Ukrainian: гріх
  • Vietnamese: tội lỗi

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