Definition of 'communion'
Example sentences containing 'communion'
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Dr Barbara helped herself to a second glass of communion wine. RUSHING TO PARADISE (1990)Neil sipped slyly at the communion wine, thinking of the violent Norse heroines Trudi had described to him. RUSHING TO PARADISE (1990)I have no wish to appear pie-eyed at the altar for the family communion. GOODBYE CURATE (1990)
He handed her into it with all the solemnity of a priest offering the communion cup. FAIRYLAND (1990)
Trends of 'communion'
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Translations for 'communion'
British English: communion /kəˈmjuːnjən/ NOUN
Communion with nature or with a person is the feeling that you are sharing thoughts or feelings with them.
...communion with nature.
- American English: communion
- Arabic: مُشارَكَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: comunhão
- Chinese: 恳谈
- Croatian: zajednica
- Czech: splynutí duchovní
- Danish: samhørighed
- Dutch: gemeenschap
- European Spanish: comunión
- Finnish: ehtoollinen
- French: communion
- German: Zwiesprache
- Greek: θεία κοινωνία
- Italian: comunione
- Japanese: 共有
- Korean: 성찬식
- Norwegian: sameie
- Polish: wspólnota
- European Portuguese: comunhão
- Romanian: comuniune
- Russian: общность
- Spanish: comunión
- Swedish: nattvard
- Thai: การมีส่วนร่วม
- Turkish: ortak görüş
- Ukrainian: єдність
- Vietnamese: sự đồng cảm
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Definition of communion from the Collins English Dictionary
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