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Spanish translation of “church”

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church

noun /tʃəːtʃ/
a building for public Christian worship
iglesia
The wedding will be held at the village church.
a group of Christians considered as a whole
iglesia
the Catholic Church.
churchgoer noun someone who goes to church, especially regularly
Fiel
They are regular churchgoers.
Church of England noun ( also C of E) the official Christian Church in England, whose leader is the King or Queen
Iglesia de Inglaterra
(also adjective) a Church of England vicar.
churchyard noun the burial ground round a church
cementerio
She was buried in the local churchyard.
Translations of “church”
in Korean 교회…
in Arabic كَنيسة…
in French église, Église…
in Italian chiesa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 建築物, 教堂,禮拜堂…
in Russian церковь…
in Turkish kilise, mezhep, belli bir mezhebe ait kilise cemaati…
in Polish kościół…
in Portuguese igreja…
in German die Kirche…
in Catalan església…
in Japanese 教会…
in Chinese (Simplified) 建筑物, 教堂,礼拜堂…
(Definition of church from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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