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Translation of "temple" - English-Turkish dictionary

temple

noun [C]     /ˈtempl/
BUILDING B1 a building where people in some religions go to pray or worship mâbet, tapınak a Buddhist templeReligious buildings and places
PART OF THE BODY the area on each side of your head in front of the top of your ear şakak The head and face
Translations of “temple”
in Arabic مَعْبَد…
in Korean 사원…
in Malaysian kuil…
in French temple…
in Italian tempio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 建築, 廟宇,寺院, 神殿…
in Russian храм, висок…
in Polish świątynia, skroń…
in Vietnamese đền, điện, miếu…
in Spanish templo…
in Portuguese templo…
in Thai วัด…
in German der Tempel…
in Catalan temple…
in Japanese 寺, 寺院, 神殿…
in Indonesian kuil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 建筑, 庙宇,寺院, 神殿…
(Definition of temple from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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