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abbey

noun /ˈӕbi/
the building(s) in which a Christian (usually Roman Catholic) group of monks or nuns lives.
abadía
a church used by a group of monks or nuns, now or in the past
abadía
Westminster Abbey.
Translations of “abbey”
in Korean 사원…
in Arabic دَيْر…
in French abbaye…
in Italian abbazia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大修道院, 大寺院, 大教堂…
in Russian монастырь, аббатство…
in Turkish manastır…
in Polish opactwo…
in Portuguese abadia…
in German die Abtei, Abtei(kirche)…
in Catalan abadia…
in Japanese 大修道院, 大寺院…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大修道院, 大寺院, 大教堂…
(Definition of abbey from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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