Advertisement
 Translation for 'mankind' from English to Russian
NOUN   mankind | -
SYNO human beings | humanity | humankind | ...
человечество {с}mankind
1 translation
To translate another word just start typing!

Translation for 'mankind' from English to Russian

mankind
человечество {с}
Advertisement
Usage Examples English
  • God is "grieved" at the pervasive evil of mankind, yet "pleased" with Noah's faithfulness.
  • He serves as the medium through which some of the "Puranas" were communicated to the mankind.
  • then it is as though he has killed all mankind, and whoever saves a human life it is as though he had saved all mankind.
  • Spiritual assistance is intended to fight the four greatest foes of mankind -- suicide, murder (which includes abortion), addiction and envy (which is the cause of most other problems) -- thus reducing the suffering of mankind.
  • Tao Heung Foods of Mankind Museum (...), formerly Foods of Mankind Museum, is the first 'foods of mankind' museum in Hong Kong. It is one of the few museums not run and funded by the government.

  • Indra becomes a source of nuisance rains in the Puranas, out of anger and with an intent to hurt mankind.
  • With technologies like AI, mankind has developed weapons which will be uncontrollable.
  • This account of the good has two main elements: an elaboration of the “species nature” of mankind, and an explanation of the spiral of increasing community.
  • Heschel, like his teacher Martin Buber, stresses the personal relationship between God and mankind, defined by Heschel as the Godly pathos and mankind's radical amazement.
  • The material prosperity of mankind has never before experienced such an increase.

  • In Haridwar, Odhavram found a holy soul who would follow his path of serving mankind after he was gone.
  • The first known use of "Common Heritage of Mankind" by a state representative in the United Nations, constituting state practice, was at the First UN Conference on the Law of the Sea by Prince Wan Waithayakon of Thailand in 1958.
  • According to Islamic scholar Muhammad Shafi Usmani, God has created three media through which human receive knowledge: the senses, the faculty of reason, and the divine revelation; and it is the third one that addresses the liturgical and eschatological issues, answers the questions regarding God's purpose behind creating mankind, and acts as a guidance for the mankind as to choosing the correct way.
Advertisement
© dict.cc Russian-English dictionary 2024
Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
Links to this dictionary or to individual translations are very welcome!