acolyte Meaning, definition in Cambridge English Dictionary
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acolytenoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈæk.əl.aɪt/ formal or specialized
anyone who follows or helps another person, or someone who helps a priest in some religious ceremonies
Translations of “acolyte”
in Chinese (Traditional) 追隨者, 侍者,助手, 輔祭,教士助手…
in Chinese (Simplified) 追随者, 侍者,助手, 侍僧,教士助手…
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