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Spanish translation of “church”

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.
(Definition of church from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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