worshipper Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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worshippernoun [C]

UK (US usually worshiper) uk   /ˈwɜː.ʃɪp.ər/  us   /ˈwɝː.ʃɪp.ɚ/

worshipper noun [C] (RELIGION)

someone who goes to a ​religiousceremony to ​worshipGod: At 11 a.m. on ​Sundaymorning, worshippers ​began to ​stream out of the ​cathedral. someone who ​worships and ​performsreligiousceremonies to a ​particulargod or ​object: devil/​idol worshippers

worshipper noun [C] (ENJOY)

informal someone who ​enjoys or ​values a ​particular thing very much or too much: sun worshippers
(Definition of worshipper from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “worshipper”
in Chinese (Simplified) 宗教, 崇拜上帝的人, 做礼拜的人…
in Chinese (Traditional) 宗教, 崇拜上帝的人, 做禮拜的人…
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