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"Buddha" in British English

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Buddhanoun

uk   /ˈbʊd.ə/ us   /ˈbʊd.ə/
the holy man (563–483 BC) on whose life and teachings Buddhism is based
[C] an image or statue (= large model) of Buddha

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Buddhanoun [U]

us   /ˈbu·də, ˈbʊd·ə/
a religious leader who lived in India about 2500 years ago, and whose teachings led to the development of Buddhism
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Translations of “Buddha”
in Arabic بوذا…
in Korean 부처…
in Portuguese Buda…
in Catalan Buda…
in Japanese 仏陀(ぶつだ), 釈迦牟尼(しゃかむに)の尊称…
in Chinese (Simplified) 佛,佛陀, 佛像…
in Turkish Buda…
in Russian Будда…
in Chinese (Traditional) 佛,佛陀, 佛像…
in Italian Budda…
in Polish Budda…
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