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sect

noun   /sekt/ usually disapproving
a religious group that has separated from a larger religion and is considered to have extreme or unusual beliefs or customs secta When he was 16 he ran away from home and joined a religious sect.730
(Definition of sect from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sect

noun /sekt/
a group of people within a larger, especially religious, group, having views different from those of the rest of the group secta Apparently she’s joined some weird religious sect.
sectarian adjective
concerned with, especially the narrow interests of, a sect or sects sectario sectarian loyalties.
caused by membership of a sect sectario a sectarian murder.
(Definition of sect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “sect”
in Vietnamese phái, môn phái…
in Malaysian taifah…
in Thai นิกาย, คณะในทางศาสนา…
in French secte…
in German die Sekte…
in Chinese (Simplified) (宗教的)派别,宗派…
in Turkish mezhep, tarikat, cemaat…
in Russian секта…
in Indonesian sekte…
in Chinese (Traditional) (宗教的)派別,宗派…
in Polish sekta…
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