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baptizeverb [T]

us   /bæpˈtɑɪz/ /bæbˈtɑɪz/
to name and recognize a person as a Christian during a baptism ceremony: She was baptized a Catholic at age 20.
(Definition of baptize from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “baptize”
in Korean 세례식을 하다…
in Arabic يُعَمِّد…
in Malaysian baptis…
in French baptiser…
in Russian крестить…
in Chinese (Traditional) 以洗禮方式使某人加入基督教教會, 施洗…
in Italian battezzare…
in Turkish vaftiz etmek…
in Polish chrzcić…
in Spanish bautizar…
in Vietnamese rửa tội…
in Portuguese batizar…
in Thai ทำพิธีล้างบาปในศาสนาคริสต์…
in German taufen…
in Catalan batejar…
in Japanese ~に洗礼を施す…
in Chinese (Simplified) 以洗礼方式使某人加入基督教教会…
in Indonesian membaptis…
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