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clergy
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
clergy /'klə:dʤi/
  • danh từ
    • giới tăng lữ; tăng lữ
Concise Dictionary
clergies'klɜːdʒɪ
noun
+in Christianity, clergymen collectively (as distinguished from the laity)
Advanced English Dictionary
(often the clergy)
+ noun
[pl.] the priests or ministers of a religion, especially of the Christian Church: All the local clergy were asked to attend the ceremony. + The new proposals affect both clergy and laity.
Compare: LAITY


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