English translation of 'confession'
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Et je suis allé voir un prêtre qui venait d'achever une confession dans une des chapelles attenantes.Les anges et les faucons
Il y a un secret de la confession, vous ne l'ignorez pas.Le baptême du boiteux
Nous l'avons vu, c'était loin d'être la vérité, mais pour Sternberg, cette confession spontanée était inouïe.Marie Claire
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'confession' in Other Languages
British English: confession /kənˈfɛʃən/ NOUN
A confession is a signed statement by someone in which they admit that they have committed a particular crime.
They forced him to sign a confession.
- American English: confession
- Arabic: إِقْرار
- Brazilian Portuguese: confissão
- Chinese: 供认
- Croatian: priznanje
- Czech: přiznání
- Danish: tilståelse
- Dutch: bekentenis
- European Spanish: confesión
- Finnish: tunnustus
- French: confession
- German: Geständnis
- Greek: ομολογία
- Italian: confessione
- Japanese: 自白
- Korean: 고백
- Norwegian: tilståelse
- Polish: wyznanie
- European Portuguese: confissão
- Romanian: mărturisire
- Russian: признание
- Spanish: confesión
- Swedish: bekännelse
- Thai: คำสารภาพ
- Turkish: itiraf
- Ukrainian: зізнання
- Vietnamese: sự thú nhận
British English: denomination NOUN
A particular denomination is a particular religious group which has slightly different beliefs from other groups within the same faith.
Acceptance of women preachers varies greatly from denomination to denomination.
Translation of confession from the Collins French to English
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