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Meaning of "Catholic" in Essential American English Dictionary

Catholic

noun   /ˈkæθ·lɪk/ ( also Roman Catholic   /ˈroʊ.mən ˈkæθ·lɪk/)
a member of the part of the Christian religion whose leader is the Pope
Catholic adjective
Translations of “Catholic”
in Korean 천주교 신자…
in Arabic كاثوليكي…
in Portuguese católico, -a…
in Catalan catòlic, -a…
in Japanese カトリック信者…
in Italian cattolico, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天主教徒/天主教的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天主教徒/天主教的…
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