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Japanese translation of “carol”

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carol

noun
 
/ˈkær·əl/
a song that people sing at Christmas
(クリスマスに歌う)賛美歌、聖歌
Translations of “carol”
in Korean 크리스마스 캐롤…
in Arabic تَرنيمة…
in French chant de Noël…
in Italian canto di Natale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 歡快的歌, 聖歌, (通常指)聖誕頌歌…
in Russian рождественский гимн…
in Turkish noel ilahisi, ilahi…
in Polish kolęda…
in Spanish villancico…
in Portuguese canção de Natal…
in German das Freudenlied…
in Catalan nadala…
in Chinese (Simplified) 欢快的歌, 圣歌, (通常指)圣诞颂歌…
(Definition of carol from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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