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godnoun [C]

uk   /ɡɒd/  us   /ɡɑːd/

god noun [C] (SPIRIT)

B2 a spirit or being believed to control some part of the universe or life and often worshipped for doing so, or something that represents this spirit or being: the ancient Greek gods and goddesses
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god noun [C] (ADMIRED PERSON)

someone who is very important to you, who you admire very much, and who strongly influences you: His most devoted fans think of him as a sort of god.

god noun [C] (THEATRE)

the gods [plural] UK informal the seats in a theatre that are at the highest level and the furthest distance from the stage
Translations of “god”
in Arabic إِله, رَبّ…
in Korean 신…
in Malaysian Tuhan…
in French Dieu, dieu, déesse…
in Turkish tanrı…
in Italian dio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 神靈, (主宰某個領域的)神, 神像…
in Russian бог, божество…
in Polish bóg…
in Vietnamese Chúa, các vị thần…
in Spanish Dios, dios, diosa…
in Portuguese deus…
in Thai พระเจ้า, เทพเจ้า…
in German der Gott, die Gottheit…
in Catalan déu…
in Japanese (多神教の)神, (特に)男神…
in Indonesian Tuhan, dewa, dewi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 神灵, (主宰某个领域的)神, 神像…
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