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Catholic

adjective
 
 
/ˈkæθəlɪk/ ( also Roman Catholic)
belonging or relating to the part of the Christian religion that has the Pope (= a very important priest) as its leader
Katolik
a Catholic priest/schoolThe Roman Catholic ChurchChristian denominationsFollowers of religious groups
Catholic noun [C]
Katolik
I think he's a Catholic.
Translations of “Catholic”
in Korean 천주교의…
in Arabic كاثوليكي…
in French éclectique, catholique…
in Italian cattolico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 廣泛的, 包羅萬象的…
in Russian католический…
in Polish katolicki…
in Spanish amplio, variado, católico…
in Portuguese católico…
in German allumfassend, katholisch…
in Catalan catòlic…
in Japanese カトリックの…
in Chinese (Simplified) 广泛的, 包罗万象的…
(Definition of Catholic from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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