Spanish Word for idol  

English Word: idol

Spanish Word: Ídolo
The Spanish Word for idol
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Translated sentences containing 'idol'
We were watching the program "American Idol" when an idea occurred to me.
Mirábamos el programa de "American Idol" cuando se me ocurrió una idea.

The idol is the total yet limited presence of the symbol itself.
El ídolo es la presencia misma, plena y completa - y más bien limitada -, del propio símbolo.
But, in both cases, the symbol and the idol merge into the image and the ability of the human being to transcend itself.
Pero, en ambos casos, símbolo e ídolo se funden en la imagen y en el acceso de lo humano más allá de sí mismo.
I would prefer to take up the distinction made two days ago in a daily newspaper by a French philosopher, Jean Luc Nancy, between the symbol and the idol.
Prefiero retomar la distinción hecha hace dos días en un periódico por un filósofo francés, Jean Luc Nancy, entre el símbolo y el ídolo.
But I am rather afraid that the confidence pact will seem to be an idol with feet of clay, because I still do not see any real pact.
No obstante, mucho me temo que el pacto de confianza resulte ser un gigante con pies de barro, ya que no veo que se den las condiciones para alcanzar un pacto real.
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