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hermitnoun [C]

 us   /ˈhɜr·mɪt/
a person who lives alone and apart from society
Translations of “hermit”
in Arabic ناسِك…
in Korean 은둔자…
in Malaysian pertapa…
in French ermite…
in Turkish münzevî, inzivaya çekilmiş kişi…
in Italian eremita…
in Chinese (Traditional) 隱士, (尤指)隱居修道者…
in Russian отшельник…
in Polish pustelni-k/ca, odludek…
in Vietnamese ẩn sĩ…
in Spanish ermitaño, eremita…
in Portuguese eremita…
in Thai ฤๅษี…
in German der Einsiedler…
in Catalan ermità, -ana…
in Japanese 隠者, 隠遁(いんとん)者, 世捨て人…
in Indonesian pertapa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 隐士, (尤指)隐居修道者…
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