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pagan

adjective     /ˈpeɪ.ɡən/
belonging to a religion which worships many gods, especially one which existed before the main world religions 异教派的 a pagan religion 异教 The Easter egg has both pagan and Christian origins. 复活节彩蛋的起源既与异教有关又与基督教有关。 Holiness
relating to religious beliefs that do not belong to any of the main religions of the world 异教的,非正统的 a pagan festival 异教的节日 Religious beliefs and atheistic beliefs
Translations of “pagan”
in Vietnamese ngoại giáo…
in Spanish pagano, -a…
in Thai เกี่ยวกับคนนอกศาสนา…
in Malaysian jahiliah, pagan…
in French païen…
in German heidnisch…
in Chinese (Traditional) 異教的, 異教的,非正統的…
in Indonesian menyembah berhala…
in Russian языческий…
in Turkish putperest…
in Polish pogański…
(Definition of pagan adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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