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abbeynoun [C]

uk   /ˈæb.i/  us   /ˈæb.i/
a ​building where monks or nunslive or used to ​live. Some abbeys are now used as ​churches: Westminster Abbey

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Significado de "abbey" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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abbeynoun [C]

 us   /ˈæb·i/
a ​building for ​monks (= ​religious men) or ​nuns (= ​religious women) to ​live in
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Traducciones de “abbey”
en coreano 사원…
en árabe دَيْر…
in Malaysian gereja, Gereja Westminster…
en francés abbaye…
en ruso монастырь, аббатство…
en chino (tradicionál) 大修道院, 大寺院, 大教堂…
en italiano abbazia…
en turco manastır…
en polaco opactwo…
en español abadía…
in Vietnamese tu viện…
en portugués abadia…
in Thai สำนักสงฆ์, วิหาร…
en alemán die Abtei, Abtei(kirche)…
en catalán abadia…
en japonés 大修道院, 大寺院…
en chino (simplificado) 大修道院, 大寺院, 大教堂…
in Indonesian biara, gereja…
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