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worship

verb
 
 
/ˈwɜːʃɪp/ ( present participle worshipping, past tense and past participle worshipped, present participle also US worshiping, past tense and past participle worshiped)
GOD [I, T] to show respect for a god by saying prayers or performing religious ceremoniesReligious practicesWorshipping a god
PEOPLE [T] to love and respect someone very much: She worshipped her mother.Loving and in love
worship noun [U] a place of worship (= a religious building) worshipper noun [C]
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