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devotee

noun [C]  /ˌdev·əˈti, -ˈteɪ/  /dɪˌvoʊˈti/ us  
a person who strongly admires a particular person or is extremely interested in a subject: Devotees of jazz won’t want to miss this!
Translations of “devotee”
in Chinese (Traditional) (狂熱的)崇拜者,愛好者…
in Russian поклонник…
in Turkish düşkün, meraklı, hayran…
in Chinese (Simplified) (狂热的)崇拜者,爱好者…
in Polish wielbiciel/ka, entuzjast-a/ka…
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