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Translation of "pulpit" - English-Spanish dictionary

pulpit

noun   /ˈpʊl·pɪt/
the raised structure in a church where the priest stands when he or she speaks to everyone púlpito
(Definition of pulpit from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pulpit

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