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Spanish translation of “pulpit”

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pulpit

noun /ˈpulpit/
a raised box or platform in a church, where the priest or minister stands, especially to preach the sermon.
púlpito
Translations of “pulpit”
in Korean 설교단, 연단…
in Arabic مِنبَر الوَعظ…
in French chair…
in Italian pulpito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 講道壇…
in Russian кафедра (в церкви)…
in Turkish (kilise) kürsü…
in Polish ambona…
in Portuguese púlpito…
in German die Kanzel…
in Catalan púlpit…
in Japanese (教会の)説教壇, 演壇…
in Chinese (Simplified) 布道坛…
(Definition of pulpit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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