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devotee

noun [C] uk   us   /ˌdev.əˈtiː/
a person who strongly admires a particular person or is extremely interested in a subject: He is a great devotee of the prime minister. devotees of golf
Translations of “devotee”
in Chinese (Traditional) (狂熱的)崇拜者,愛好者…
in Russian поклонник…
in Turkish düşkün, meraklı, hayran…
in Chinese (Simplified) (狂热的)崇拜者,爱好者…
in Polish wielbiciel/ka, entuzjast-a/ka…
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