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stipendiary

adjective uk   /staɪˈpen.di.ər.i/  us   /-er-/ UK
A stipendiary clergyman or magistrate receives a fixed income: He was appointed as a stipendiary priest in the diocese of York.
Translations of “stipendiary”
in Chinese (Traditional) (神職人員或治安官)領薪俸的,受薪的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (神职人员或治安官)领薪俸的,受薪的…
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