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creed

noun [C] uk   us   /kriːd/ formal
a set of beliefs that influences the way you live
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Translations of “creed”
in Arabic عَقيدة…
in Korean 주의, 신념…
in Malaysian fahaman…
in French credo…
in Turkish itikat, inançlar manzumesi…
in Italian credo, fede…
in Chinese (Traditional) 信條, 信念, 教義…
in Russian убеждения…
in Polish wyznanie…
in Vietnamese tín ngưỡng…
in Spanish credo…
in Portuguese credo…
in Thai ข้อบัญญัติทางศาสนา, หลักความเชื่อ…
in German das Glaubensbekenntnis…
in Catalan credo…
in Japanese 信条…
in Indonesian kredo…
in Chinese (Simplified) 信条, 信念, 教义…
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