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litany

noun /ˈlitəni/ ( plural litanies)
a series of prayers in a Christian church service, in which a priest speaks and the people reply.
letanía
(formal ) a long, often boring list of problems, complaints, reasons etc
letanía
The council has received a litany of complaints from local residents about the proposed new housing development.
Translations of “litany”
in Chinese (Traditional) 連禱文,總禱文…
in Chinese (Simplified) 连祷文,总祷文…
(Definition of litany from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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