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Trappist monk

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌtræp.ɪstˈmʌŋk/ ( also Trappist)
a member of a Roman Catholic organization with very extreme rules, such as no talking
特拉普派僧侣(属天主教,有极其严格的戒律,如保持缄默)
Monks and nuns
Translations of “Trappist monk”
in Chinese (Traditional) 特拉普派僧侶(屬天主教,有極其嚴格的戒律,如保持緘默)…
(Definition of Trappist monk from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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