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Meaning of “heretic” - Learner’s Dictionary

heretic

noun [C]     /ˈherətɪk/
someone with a belief that is against what a group or society generally believes to be right or goodBelievers and non-believersSupporters, members and defenders
heretical     /həˈretɪkəl/ adjective
Translations of “heretic”
in Chinese (Traditional) 異教徒, 異端分子…
in Russian еретик…
in Turkish sapkın düşünceli/inançlı kimse/kişi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 异教徒, 异端分子…
in Polish herety-k/czka…
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