transubstantiation

 
[ˌtrænsəbˌstænʃi'eɪʃn]     [ˌtrænsəbˌstænʃi'eɪʃn]    
  • n.变质;变形论;物质的改变;[宗]圣餐的变体
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transubstantiation是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

英英释义

Noun:
  1. the Roman Catholic doctrine that the whole substance of the bread and the wine changes into the substance of the body and blood of Christ when consecrated in the Eucharist

  2. an act that changes the form or character or substance of something

transubstantiation的用法和样例:

例句

  1. Jean turned to the viewport and thought of the phoenix once more, the transubstantiation of an entire race.
    吉音转向窗口,又想起了整个因维人族群变作的凤凰。
  2. You are, each of you, All-That-Is experienced through your own individuality, and the transubstantiation of your flesh.
    你们每个人都是经由你们自己的个性而经历的一切全有,你们的肉体是它的变形。
  3. To modern minds the idea that men would go to war over, for example, transubstantiation seems improbable.
    以现代的思维来看,人们会因为圣体论而走向战争在现今社会是不太可能发生的。
  4. Holy Eucharist; Symbolized the last communion with Jesus and his followers. This practice became very controversial because of the concept of "Transubstantiation".
    圣餐:象征着与耶稣和他的追随者的持续联系。由于“化质说”的概念,这种实践变得非常有争议性。
  5. A broader solution is industrial-grade transubstantiation: using a new kind of reactor to break down the actinides [see “Smarter Use of Nuclear Waste,” by William H.
    一个更大胆的解决方案是工业上的体变:(译注:体变意为基督教中面包和葡萄酒经过圣祝后变成基督的身体和血液,只留下外形还是面包和酒。)

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