Definition of 'chapel'
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It used to be a chapel and the house was its church hall. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Can she grab a moment of calm in the hospital chapel? The Sun (2014)The chapel is well placed for the local racecourse. The Sun (2015)The service in the church or funeral chapel can then conclude on a positive note of hope and encouragement. Christianity Today (2000)Such a burial in a newly built mausoleum church or chapel would have been quite in keeping with the age. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Family chapels are less common than they used to be, but they are here to stay. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Inside the prison, the chapel has been converted into an unlikely arena of rock. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The chapel built in the 15th century is the oldest surviving building. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This is my chapel, my place of escape. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In the former hospital, the chapel was the place where they used to meet. Why am I Afraid to Grieve (1994)I last saw him lying dead in the hospital chapel. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But visitors should stop by at the small chapel, just off the lower end of the main square. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was a fervent Catholic and in gratitude for his survival he and his family built a chapel on their ranch. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She loves him and learns from him, overcoming her fear of the dark place behind the chapel when he goes missing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This may have been a small chapel close to the house, or just an upper room with an altar at its east end. Malory: The Life and Times of King Arthur's Chronicler (2005)In his old age people began to build chapels for his dead body, driving him to ask one of his disciples to bury him in secret. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There is a selection of public houses and chapels that could be converted for residential use, as well as some beautiful country houses ripe for restoration. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She spent long hours in the hospital chapel, hiding from doctors, hiding from nurses and trying to hide from life itself. The Sun (2011)There is a cinema room with stained-glass windows and a gallery above, recalling the time when this part of the building was a chapel. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'chapel'
British English: chapel /ˈtʃæpl/ NOUN
A chapel is a part of a Christian church which has its own altar and which is used for private prayer.
- American English: chapel
- Arabic: كَنِيسَةٌ صَغِيرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: capela
- Chinese: 小礼拜堂
- Croatian: kapela
- Czech: kaple
- Danish: kapel
- Dutch: kapel
- European Spanish: capilla
- Finnish: kappeli
- French: chapelle
- German: Kapelle
- Greek: παρεκκλήσι
- Italian: cappella
- Japanese: 礼拝堂
- Korean: 예배당
- Norwegian: kapell
- Polish: kaplica
- European Portuguese: capela
- Romanian: capelă
- Russian: часовня
- Spanish: capilla
- Swedish: kapell
- Thai: โบสถ์เล็กๆ
- Turkish: şapel
- Ukrainian: каплиця
- Vietnamese: nhà nguyện
Definition of chapel from the Collins English Dictionary
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