Spanish Word for fanatic  

English Word: fanatic

Spanish Word: fanatico, fanático
The Spanish Word for fanatic
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The followers of Jesus have turned fanatic.
Los seguidores de Jesús se han vuelto fanáticos.

A fanatic, by definition, has no interlocutors, only enemies.
El fanático, por definición, no conoce interlocutores, sólo enemigos.
The groupings concerned could even be described as fanatic.
Incluso se podría tildar a dichas organizaciones de fanáticas.
I am not, of course, a free-market fanatic.
Yo, por supuesto, no soy un fanático defensor del libre mercado.
In short, a hard intransigent approach leads to strengthening fanatic, anti-democratic and aggressive attitudes.
A handful of fanatic interested parties, however, managed to make this one share, one vote idea absolute, the key advocate being ISS.
No obstante, un puñado de interesados fanáticos consiguió convertir la norma "una acción, un voto" en una idea absoluta, siendo su principal defensora la sociedad ISS.
(FR) Mr President, the acts of fanatic criminals, who have killed some Christians in Egypt, cannot be ascribed to an entire population and its government.
(FR) Señor Presidente, los actos cometidos por criminales fanáticos, que han asesinado a varios cristianos en Egipto, no pueden atribuirse a toda una población y a su Gobierno.
It has now suffered 28 years of communist dictatorship, followed by fanatic Islamic theocracy, turning it into a pariah State as the Taliban harbours terrorists and executes thousands.
El país ha sufrido 28 años de dictadura comunista, a la que ha seguido una teocracia islámica fanática que lo ha convertido en un Estado paria porque el régimen talibán da cobijo a terroristas y las ejecuciones se cuentan por miles.
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