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steeple

noun [C] uk   /ˈstiː.pl̩/ us  
a pointed structure on the top of a church tower, or the tower and the pointed structure considered as one unit: a church steeple
Translations of “steeple”
in Korean 첨탑…
in Arabic بُرج الكَنيسة…
in French clocher…
in Turkish kilise kulesi, çan kulesi…
in Italian guglia (campanile)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (教堂的)尖頂, 尖塔…
in Russian колокольня…
in Polish wieża, wieżyczka…
in Spanish campanario…
in Portuguese agulha de torre…
in German der Kirchturm…
in Catalan torre amb agulla…
in Japanese 教会の尖(せん)塔…
in Chinese (Simplified) (教堂的)尖顶, 尖塔…
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