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Translation of "convent" - English-Spanish dictionary

convent

noun   /ˈkɒn·vənt/
a building where nuns (= religious women) live together convento
(Definition of convent from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

convent

noun /ˈkonvənt, (American) -vent/
a building in which nuns live convento St Mary’s Convent.
convent school noun
a school run by nuns colegio de monjas She was educated at a convent school.
(Definition of convent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “convent”
in Korean 수녀원…
in Arabic دير الراهِبات…
in Malaysian biara…
in French couvent…
in Russian женский монастырь…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女修道院…
in Italian convento…
in Turkish rahibe manastırı…
in Polish klasztor…
in Vietnamese nữ tu viện…
in Portuguese convento…
in Thai สำนักแม่ชี…
in German das Kloster…
in Catalan convent…
in Japanese (女子)修道院…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女修道院…
in Indonesian biara, susteran…
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