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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
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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)…
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