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convent

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈkɒnvənt/
a building where nuns (= religious women) live and pray togetherMonks and nunsReligious buildings and places
Translations of “convent”
in Korean 수녀원…
in Arabic دير الراهِبات…
in French couvent…
in Turkish rahibe manastırı…
in Italian convento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女修道院…
in Russian женский монастырь…
in Polish klasztor…
in Spanish convento…
in Portuguese convento…
in German das Kloster…
in Catalan convent…
in Japanese (女子)修道院…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女修道院…
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