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requiem (mass)

noun [C] uk   /ˌrek.wi.əmˈmæs/ us  
a mass (= a Christian ceremony) at which people honour and pray for a dead person a piece of music written for this ceremony: Mozart's/Verdi's Requiem
Translations of “requiem (mass)”
in Chinese (Traditional) (基督教)追思彌撒,安魂彌撒, 安魂曲…
in Chinese (Simplified) (基督教)追思弥撒,安魂弥撒, 安魂曲…
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