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Translation of "pilgrimage" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

pilgrimage

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈpɪl.ɡrɪ.mɪdʒ/
a special journey made by a pilgrim
朝聖,朝覲
Most Muslims try to make a pilgrimage/go on a pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in their life.
大多數回教徒都設法一生至少去麥加朝聖一次。
JourneysReligious practices
a journey to a place which is considered special, and which you visit to show your respect
朝聖之旅;參拜之行
For many football fans, the national ground is a place of pilgrimage.
對許多足球迷來說,這個國家球場就是聖地。
Journeys
Translations of “pilgrimage”
in Korean 순례, 성지참배…
in Arabic حَجّ…
in Portuguese peregrinação…
in Catalan pelegrinatge…
in Japanese 巡礼, 聖地巡り…
in Italian pellegrinaggio…
in Russian паломничество…
in Turkish hac yolculuğu/seyahati…
in Chinese (Simplified) 朝圣,朝觐, 朝圣之旅, 参拜之行…
in Polish pielgrzymka…
(Definition of pilgrimage from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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