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Synonyme von "cardinal"
Synonyme von "cardinal"
Deutsch Definition von "cardinal"
Deutsch Definition von "cardinal"
Wortlisten: "terms used in astrology"
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Beyond them a very elderly cardinal looked up from his solitary meal as though annoyed by their gaiety. Nabb, Magdalen, Vagheggi, Paolo PROSECUTOR (2004)I cannot agree with the General Secretary over a matter of cardinal importance. Dobbs, Michael WALL GAMES (2004)He had already promised her to two young Spaniards when he was cardinal. Mario Puzo THE FAMILY (2004)

Synonyme von cardinal

principal, first, highest, greatest

Trends von cardinal

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Übersetzungen für cardinal

Britisches Englisch: cardinal NOUN
A cardinal is a high-ranking priest in the Catholic church.
He was appointed a cardinal.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: cardinal
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: cardeal
  • Chinesisch: 红衣主教天主教的
  • Europäisches Spanisch: cardenal
  • Französisch: cardinal
  • Deutsch: Kardinal
  • Italienisch: cardinale
  • Japanisch: 枢機卿
  • Koreanisch: 추기경
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: cardeal
  • Spanisch: cardenal
Britisches Englisch: cardinal ADJECTIVE
A cardinal rule or quality is the one that is considered to be the most important.
As a salesman, your cardinal rule is to do everything you can to satisfy a customer.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: cardinal
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: cardeal
  • Chinesisch: 首要的
  • Europäisches Spanisch: fundamental
  • Französisch: fondamental
  • Deutsch: Haupt-
  • Italienisch: cardinale
  • Japanisch: 最も重要な
  • Koreanisch: 가장 중요한
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: principal
  • Spanisch: fundamental


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