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Meaning of “Protestant” - Learner’s Dictionary

Protestant

adjective     /ˈprɒtɪstənt/
belonging or relating to the part of the Christian religion that separated from the Roman Catholic Church in the 1500sFollowers of religious groupsReligions and religious groupsChristian denominations
Protestant noun [C]
His mother was a Protestant.
Protestantism noun [U]
the beliefs of the Protestant ChurchesChristian denominationsThe Roman Catholic Church
Translations of “Protestant”
in Korean 신교파의…
in Arabic بروتِستانتي…
in Portuguese protestante…
in Catalan protestant…
in Japanese プロテスタントの, 新教徒の…
in Italian protestante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 新教的,和新教有關的…
in Russian протестантский…
in Turkish Protestan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 新教的…
in Polish protestancki…
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