Satan Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Satannoun

uk   us   /ˈseɪ.tən/ formal
the ​name used by Christians and Jews for the Devil (= a ​powerfulevilforce and the ​enemy of ​God)
(Definition of Satan from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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Satannoun

 us   /ˈseɪ·tən/
the ​mainevilspirit; the devil (= the ​origin of ​evil and the ​enemy of ​God)
(Definition of Satan from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “Satan”
in Korean 악마, 사탄…
in Arabic الشَيطان…
in Malaysian syaitan…
in French Satan…
in Russian сатана…
in Chinese (Traditional) 撒旦(基督教和猶太教中的魔鬼)…
in Italian Satana…
in Turkish Şeytan…
in Polish szatan…
in Spanish Satanás…
in Vietnamese quỷ Xa- Tăng…
in Portuguese Satanás…
in Thai ซาตาน, วิญญาณร้าย…
in German der Satan…
in Catalan Satanàs…
in Japanese 悪魔…
in Chinese (Simplified) 撒旦(基督教和犹太教中的魔鬼)…
in Indonesian setan…
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