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lapsed

 (lăpst)
adj.
No longer active or practicing: a lapsed Catholic; a lapsed club member.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.lapsed - no longer active or practicing; "a lapsed Catholic"
irreligious - hostile or indifferent to religion
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lapsed

adjective
1. expired, ended, finished, run out, invalid, out of date, discontinued, unrenewed He returned to the Party after years of lapsed membership.
2. backsliding, uncommitted, lacking faith, nonpractising She calls herself a lapsed Catholic.
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Translations

lapsed

[læpst] ADJ (Rel) → que ya no practica
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

lapsed

[ˈlæpst] adj
lapsed Catholic → catholique m/f non pratiquant(e)
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lapsed

adj Catholicabtrünnig, vom Glauben abgefallen; insurance policyabgelaufen, verfallen
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lapsed

[læpst] adj (contract, law, passport) → scaduto/a
lapsed Catholic → cattolico/a non praticante
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References in classic literature ?
This wild outbreak on the part of Sola so greatly surprised and shocked the other women, that, after a few words of general reprimand, they all lapsed into silence and were soon asleep.
Beginning in Boston, they were continued in a Boston suburb, on the shores of Lake George, in a Western New York health resort, in Buffalo, in Nahant; once, twice, and thrice in New York, with reversions to Boston, and summer excursions to the hills and waters of New England, until it seemed that their author had at last said his say, and he voluntarily lapsed into silence with the applause of friends and enemies alike.
The next day the doctors were back; Tom had re- lapsed. The three weeks he spent on his back this time seemed an entire age.
Mr Gul alleged that the 30 per cent funds meant for the year 2018-19 lapsed owing to the incompetency and differences among the members of the council.
The bill lapsed into law after President Duterte did not act on the measure submitted by Congress after 30 days of receipt.
has lapsed into law after President Rodrigo Duterte failed to act on the measure.
President Duterte failed to sign the 25-year franchise renewal of TV5 and 10 other media outfits as they all lapsed into law in March and April this year, official copies of the laws showed.
In fact, there is roughly a 22 percent chance that a policy will be lapsed at least 10 times over the course of the (at most) 25 policy years.
The NFIP makes a number of recommendations to carriers while the program is lapsed. All premiums for changes or policies effective on or after the first day of the lapse should be held in abeyance, as should applications.
26 July 2016 - Canadian engineering consulting firm WSP Global Inc.'s (TSX: WSP) offer for UK-based construction and property consultancy Sweett Group plc (LSE: CSG) has lapsed, the company said.
These provisions help protect the consumer from an unintended policy lapse, and even possible loss of benefits on an already lapsed policy.