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divin adjective
divin / divin / divine / divins / divines
divine [dɪˈvaɪn] (religion)
superb [sju:ˈpə:b] (degré)
ambrosial (nourriture)
celestial [sɪˈlestjəl] (céleste)
heavenly [ˈhevnlɪ]
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le divin m noun
divin / divins
divine [dɪˈvaɪn] (notion, religion)
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Phrases (3)

  1. de droit divin - by divine right
  2. divin Enfant - Holy Child
  3. divin Sauveur - Divine Saviour

Contexts

Ce repas était simplement divin. That meal was simply divine.
Se tromper est humain, pardonner, divin. To err is human, to forgive divine.
Ce repas était tout bonnement divin. That meal was simply divine.
Un esprit vraiment pur ne se préoccupe pas de la considération ni du respect des autres, mais communie intérieurement avec Dieu, dans la solitude sous toutes ses formes et avec une heureuse sérénité, car la connaissance de Dieu se reçoit dans un silence divin. The very pure spirit does not bother about the regard of others or human respect, but communes inwardly with God, alone and in solitude as to all forms, and with delightful tranquility, for the knowledge of God is received in divine silence.
Moïse descendit de la montagne en portant les commandements divins. Moses came down from the mountain bearing divine commandments.

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