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resurrection

noun [U]
 
 
/ˌrezərˈekʃən/
EXISTING AGAIN when something starts to exist again which has not existed for a long period
yeniden ortaya çıkma, tekrar canlanma
the resurrection of a fashionRestoring and reviving
CHRISTIAN RELIGION in the Christian religion, Jesus Christ's return to life after he was killed
Hıristiyanlık'ta Hz. İsa'nın ölümünden sonra yeniden canlanacağı inancı
The Bible - people, events and places
Translations of “resurrection”
in Vietnamese sự hồi sinh…
in Spanish resurrección…
in Thai การฟื้นคืนชีพ…
in Malaysian menghidupkan semula…
in French résurrection…
in German die Wiederbelebung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 復甦, 復興, 恢復…
in Indonesian kebangkitan…
in Russian возрождение, воскресение…
in Chinese (Simplified) 复苏, 复兴, 恢复…
in Polish wskrzeszenie, odrodzenie, zmartwychwstanie…
(Definition of resurrection from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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