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Venerable

adjective uk   /ˈven.ər.ə.bl̩/ us  
the Venerable used as a title for an archdeacon in the Church of England used as a title for a person who is considered holy by the Roman Catholic Church but who has not yet been made a saint used as a title for a monk in Buddhism
Translations of “Venerable”
in Chinese (Traditional) 德高望重的, 令人尊敬的, 崇高神聖的…
in Russian почтенный…
in Turkish saygıdeğer, muhterem, aziz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 德高望重的, 令人尊敬的, 崇高神圣的…
in Polish szacowny, czcigodny…
(Definition of Venerable adjective from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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