French translation of 'devotee'
1. [of subject, activity] passionné(e) m/f
2. [of saint, guru] adepte mf
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His many devotees born well after the Stonewall riots form proof that he is no less a source of instruction and entertainment now than a generation ago.The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
He was an enthusiastic devotee of jazz, literature and of many sports, with a particular emphasis on golf and horse racing.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
He's always been a pretty conservative bloke so I was surprised to see him become a devotee of piercings.The Sun (2007)
Resistance is futile: you are about to become a devotee of track cycling.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Unless you were a devotee of the sport, you hadn't heard of him.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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British English: devotee NOUN
Someone who is a devotee of a subject or activity is very enthusiastic about it.
He is a devotee of classical music.
Translation of devotee from the Collins English to French Dictionary