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sermon

noun /ˈsəːmən/
a serious talk, especially one given in church based on or discussing a passage in the Bible
sermón
The text for this morning’s sermon is taken from the fifth chapter of Exodus.
Translations of “sermon”
in Korean 설교…
in Arabic خُطبة, مَوعِظة…
in French sermon…
in Italian sermone, predica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 佈道,講道, 長篇說教…
in Russian проповедь…
in Turkish vaaz, dinî konuşma…
in Polish kazanie…
in Portuguese sermão…
in German die Predigt…
in Catalan sermó…
in Japanese (牧師による)説教…
in Chinese (Simplified) 布道,讲道, 长篇说教…
(Definition of sermon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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