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Protestant

noun [C]  us   /ˈprɑt̬·ə·stənt/
a member of one of the major Christian divisions to which a number of different religious groups belong: Methodists, Baptists, and Lutherans are all Protestants.
Protestant
adjective [not gradable]  us   /ˈprɑt̬·ə·stənt/
a Protestant minister
Translations of “Protestant”
in Arabic بروتِستانتي…
in Korean 개신교, 프로테스탄트…
in Malaysian Protestan…
in French protestant/-ante…
in Turkish Protestan…
in Italian protestante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 新教徒…
in Russian протестантский…
in Polish protestancki…
in Vietnamese người theo đạo Tin lành…
in Spanish protestante…
in Portuguese protestante…
in Thai ผู้นับถือนิกายโปรเตสแตนต์…
in German der/die Protestant(in)…
in Catalan protestant…
in Japanese プロテスタント, 新教徒…
in Indonesian Protestan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 新教徒…
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