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celebrant

noun [C] uk   /ˈsel.ɪ.brənt/ us  

celebrant noun [C] (AT CEREMONY)

a priest who leads a religious ceremony, or a person who leads a ceremony such as a marriage or a funeral

celebrant noun [C] (AT PARTY)

US a person who attends a celebration : They helped clear up after all the celebrants had gone.
Translations of “celebrant”
in Chinese (Traditional) 參加宗教儀式的人, 主持宗教儀式的神父…
in Chinese (Simplified) 参加宗教仪式的人, 主持宗教仪式的神父…
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