confessional - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "confessional" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

confessional / конфессиональный, вероисповедный
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an enclosed stall in a church divided by a screen or curtain in which a priest sits to hear people confess their sins.
And there were a good many other sequences planned for the picture which are not there, including her visit to a confessional in the Catholic church - without words, nothing was ever said.
an admission or acknowledgment that one has done something that one is ashamed or embarrassed about; a confession.
His lyrics read like tabloid confessionals , offering glimpses into a celebrity's life.
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(especially of speech or writing) in which a person reveals or admits to private thoughts or past incidents, especially ones that cause shame or embarrassment.
the autobiography is remarkably confessional
of or relating to confessions of faith or doctrinal systems.
the confessional approach to religious education
In a series of confessional encounters with his Dublin therapist, Ian, he reveals the hoarded guilt that rationally explains an irrational phenomenon.
American confessional Protestantism lacks the strength, influence, and productivity to carry this much weight, and it has been so lacking for a long time.
They spoke in a confessional whisper.
Church leaders should not use the protection they enjoy from being forced to reveal the confessional conversations they have with parishioners to shield priests accused of child abuse.
The confessional language is stunning in its clarity: ‘I know my transgressions, and my sin is ever before me.’
Did he mean he would violate the confessional seal?
Christian doctrine identifies the rules by which Christians use confessional language to define the social world that they indwell.
He was an unashamed confessional Calvinist in an age of doctrinal indifferentism.
OK I was just responded to by someone who listened to my stuff, cutting my confessional train of thought off.
By confusing the public and the private, today's confessional culture undermines the idea of the ‘public interest’.