English version

born-again

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishborn-againˈborn-again adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 β†’ born-again Christian2 β†’ born-again non-smoker/vegetarian etc
Examples from the Corpus
born-againβ€’ The couple, both born-again Christians, chose the ceremony format, music and minister - understood to be Presbyterian.β€’ After all, fanatic ayatollahs and born-again Christians eager for the Rapture set no encouraging example.β€’ I was ready for born-again Christians or worse.β€’ You must, in short, become a born-again consumer, redeem yourself, and find peace.β€’ But it is pertinent to ask how well he really fits his born-again image.β€’ We do not want to be dictated to by born-again Protestants or doctrinaire Catholics.
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