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angel

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈeɪndʒəl/
SPIRIT B1 a spiritual creature like a human with wings, who some people believe lives with God in heavenHeaven
PERSON a very good, kind person: Be an angel and get me a drink.Virtue and moral good
angelic
 
 
/ænˈdʒelɪk/ adjective
very beautiful or good: an angelic childVirtue and moral goodAttractiveSexual attractionSmart and elegant
Translations of “angel”
in Korean 천사…
in Arabic مَلاك…
in French ange…
in Turkish melek, melek gibi kişi, çok iyi insan…
in Italian angelo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天使, (善良、樂於助人的)安琪兒, 善人…
in Russian ангел, добрейшее существо…
in Polish anioł…
in Spanish ángel…
in Portuguese anjo…
in German der Engel…
in Catalan àngel…
in Japanese 天使…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天使, (善良、乐于助人的)安琪儿, 善人…
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