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Meaning of “ministry” - Learner’s Dictionary

ministry

noun     /ˈmɪnɪstri/
[C] a government department that is responsible for a particular subject: the Ministry of Defence a Foreign Ministry spokesmanGovernment departments and organizations
the ministry
the job of being a priest: What made you decide to enter the ministry (= become a priest)?Religious leaders and officials
Translations of “ministry”
in Korean 정부의 부서, 목사의 직무…
in Arabic وِزارة…
in Portuguese ministério…
in Catalan ministeri, servei…
in Japanese (政府の)省, 聖職者の仕事…
in Italian ministero…
in Chinese (Traditional) 牧師職責…
in Russian министерство…
in Turkish bakanlık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 牧师职责…
in Polish ministerstwo…
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