"afectivo" English translation

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"afectivo" in English

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afectivo {adjective masculine}

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afectivo (also: afectiva)
afectivo y espiritual y la obligación del servicio ministerial.
at the juridical, affective and spiritual level and the obligation of ministerial service.
integre aspectos afectivos y doctrinales orientando a los fieles hacia la práctica
Christ, integrating affective and doctrinal aspects in it and bringing the
Esto implica la pertenencia eclesial a nivel jurídico, afectivo y espiritual y la obligación del servicio ministerial.
This entails ecclesial membership at the juridical, affective and spiritual level and the obligation of ministerial service.
de lo que « me hace sentirme bien » en un mundo afectivo hecho a medida ».(9)
feel good' in an emotional world which is made to measure".(9)
Es un vínculo afectivo, moral y práctico profundo que sienten los pueblos europeos respecto de su moneda.
The people of Europe have a deep emotional, psychological and practical attachment to their national currencies.
that's emotional blackmail

Synonyms (Spanish) for "afectivo":

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Context sentences for "afectivo" in English

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Spanishcirculan sin pararse a nivel geográfico, afectivo, cultural, religioso; «
cultural, or religious level; they are "trying out"!
SpanishNo olviden que seguir ciegamente el impulso afectivo significa, muchas veces, ser esclavo de las propias pasiones.
Never forget that blindly following the impulse of our emotions often means becoming a slave to our passions.
SpanishNo olviden que seguir ciegamente el impulso afectivo significa, muchas veces, ser esclavo de las propias pasiones.
means becoming a slave to our passions.
Spanishel vínculo afectivo entre madre e hijo
SpanishSiguen siendo víctimas de violencia física, psíquica, sexual y económica, una violencia que, a veces, proviene de su entorno afectivo más próximo.
They are still the victims of physical, psychological, sexual and economic violence, violence which sometimes comes from within their closest family environment.