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the Beatitudesnoun [plural]

uk   /biˈæt.ɪ.tjuːdz/  us   /-ˈæt̬.ɪ.tuːdz/
in the ​Bible, a ​group of ​statements made by ​Jesus: "Blessed are the ​meek, for they shall ​inherit the ​earth" is one of the Beatitudes.
(Definition of the Beatitudes from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the Beatitudes”
in Chinese (Simplified) (圣经中)耶稣训众的八福词…
in Chinese (Traditional) (聖經中)耶穌訓眾的八福, 真福八端…
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