acultural

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

a- +‎ cultural

Adjective[edit]

acultural (comparative more acultural, superlative most acultural)

  1. Without, or irrespective of, culture (customs and habits).
    • 1999, Orlando O Espín, Miguel H Díaz, From the heart of our people
      In other words, there is no acultural Christianity, just as there is no acultural option for God, love, and salvation.

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