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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
Translations of “bishop”
in Korean 주교…
in Arabic أُسْقُف, مُطْران…
in French évêque, fou…
in Italian vescovo…
in Russian епископ…
in Turkish piskopos…
in Polish biskup…
in Spanish obispo, alfil…
in Portuguese bispo, -a…
in German der Bischof, der Läufer…
in Catalan bisbe…
in Japanese (キリスト教の)主教, 司教…
in Chinese (Simplified) 主教, (国际象棋中的)象…
(Definition of bishop from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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