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Translation of "ordination" - English-Spanish dictionary

ordination

noun /oːdiˈneiʃən/
the act of making (a person) a priest, minister etc, or the ceremony at which this is done. ordenación
Translations of “ordination”
in Vietnamese lễ thụ chức…
in Thai การบวช…
in Malaysian pentahbisan…
in French ordination…
in German das Erz…
in Chinese (Traditional) 授予聖職, 授聖職禮, 派立禮…
in Indonesian penahbisan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 授予圣职, 授圣职礼, 派立礼…
(Definition of ordination from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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