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bat mitzvahnoun [C usually singular]

uk   us   /ˌbætˈmɪts.və/
a ​Jewishceremonyheld to ​celebrate a ​girlreaching the ​age of twelve, in which she is given the ​religiousresponsibilities and ​duties of an ​adult woman
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bat mitzvahnoun [C]

 us   /ˌbɑt ˈmɪts·və, ˌbɑs/ (also bas mitzvah)
a ​Jewishceremonyheld when a ​girlreaches the ​age of 12 or 13 and has the ​responsibilities of an ​adult woman
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