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mosque

noun [C] uk   /mɒsk/  us   /mɑːsk/
A2 a building for Islamic religious activities and worship
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in Arabic مَسْجِد…
in Korean 회교도 사원, 모스크…
in Malaysian masjid…
in French mosquée…
in Turkish cami, Müslümanların ibadethanesi…
in Italian moschea…
in Chinese (Traditional) 清真寺…
in Russian мечеть…
in Polish meczet…
in Vietnamese nhà thờ Hồi giáo…
in Spanish mezquita…
in Portuguese mesquita…
in Thai สุเหร่า…
in German die Moschee…
in Catalan mesquita…
in Japanese モスク(イスラム教寺院)…
in Indonesian masjid…
in Chinese (Simplified) 清真寺…
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