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god

noun [C]  /ɡɑd/ (female goddess,  /ˈɡɑd·əs/) us  
a spirit or being believed to control some part of the universe or life and often worshiped for doing so, or a representation of this being: the god of war A god can also be someone who is admired a lot or too much: Dr. Tay is a god to me.
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