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Meaning of “disciple” - Learner’s Dictionary

disciple

noun [C]     /dɪˈsaɪpl/
someone who follows the ideas and teaching of someone, especially of a religious leaderAdmirersEnthusiastsBelievers and non-believersSupporters, members and defendersSupporters, members and defendersBelievers and non-believers
Translations of “disciple”
in Spanish discípulo, -a, seguidor…
in Vietnamese môn đồ…
in Thai สานุศิษย์…
in Malaysian pengikut…
in French disciple…
in German der Jünger, der Schüler…
in Indonesian pengikut, murid…
in Chinese (Simplified) 信徒,门徒,追随者…
in Turkish mürit, havari, taraftar…
in Russian ученик, последователь…
in Chinese (Traditional) 信徒,門徒,追隨者…
in Polish ucze-ń/nnica…
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