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Translation of "rite" - English-Spanish dictionary

rite

noun   /raɪt/
(a usually religious ceremony with) a set of fixed words and actions rito funeral/marriage/fertility rites You have to go through an initiation rite before you become a full member.737
(Definition of rite from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

rite

noun /rait/
a solemn ceremony, especially a religious one rito marriage rites.
ritual /ˈritʃuəl/ noun
(a particular set of) traditional or fixed actions etc used in a religious etc ceremony ritual Christian rituals the ritual of the Roman Catholic church.
(Definition of rite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “rite”
in Vietnamese nghi lễ…
in Malaysian upacara…
in Thai พิธีศาสนา…
in French rite…
in German der Ritus…
in Chinese (Simplified) 宗教仪式, 礼节, 惯例…
in Turkish âyin, dinî tören…
in Russian обряд…
in Indonesian upacara…
in Chinese (Traditional) 宗教儀式, 禮節, 慣例…
in Polish obrządek, rytuał…
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