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Meaning of “Reverend” - Learner’s Dictionary

Reverend

adjective     /ˈrevərənd/
used as a title before the name of some Christian officials: the Reverend Alan PringleReligious titles
Translations of “Reverend”
in Korean 목사, 성직자…
in Arabic مُوَقَّر, مُبَجَّل…
in Portuguese Reverendo…
in Catalan reverend…
in Japanese 牧師…
in Italian Reverendo…
in Russian его преподобие…
in Turkish Muhterem, Saygıdeğer, Aziz…
in Polish wielebny…
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