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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “communion”

communion

noun
 
 
/kəˈmjuː.ni.ən/
[U] formal a close relationship with someone in which feelings and thoughts are exchanged
(思想感情的)交流,沟通,交融
It was a spiritual communion that he found with her.
他发现和她之间是一种精神上的交流。
He lived in close communion with nature/God.
他在生活中与大自然亲密交融/上帝亲密交流。
Empathy and sensitivitySympathy and compassionRelationships in general
[C, + sing/pl verb] literary a group of people who are united by the same, especially religious, beliefs
派别;团体;(尤指)教会,教派
The author has a vision of an emerging worldwide Christian communion.
作者憧憬会有一个世界性的基督教会出现。
Followers of religious groups
(Definition of communion noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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