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bishop

noun [C]     /ˈbɪʃ.əp/
a priest of high rank who is in charge of the priests of lower rank in a particular area 主教 the Bishop of Durham 達拉謨主教 Bishop Desmond Tutu 德斯蒙德‧圖圖主教 Religious leaders and officials
(in chess) a piece that moves from corner to corner along squares of the same colour (國際象棋中的)象 Chess
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