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God

noun [S not after the] uk   /ɡɒd/  us   /ɡɑːd/
A2 (in some religions) the being who made the universe and is believed to have an effect on all things: Do you believe in God?
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in Arabic إِله, رَبّ…
in Korean 신…
in Malaysian Tuhan…
in French Dieu, dieu, déesse…
in Turkish tanrı…
in Italian dio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 神靈, (主宰某個領域的)神, 神像…
in Russian бог, божество…
in Polish bóg…
in Vietnamese Chúa, các vị thần…
in Spanish Dios, dios, diosa…
in Portuguese deus…
in Thai พระเจ้า, เทพเจ้า…
in German der Gott, die Gottheit…
in Catalan déu…
in Japanese (多神教の)神, (特に)男神…
in Indonesian Tuhan, dewa, dewi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 神灵, (主宰某个领域的)神, 神像…
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