Definition of 'crucifix'
Example sentences containing 'crucifix'
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He wore a gold crucifix around his neck at all times. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)There is no harm to another if a colleague chooses to wear a crucifix or a headscarf. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Like he did with the ban on wearing the crucifix! The Sun (2007)Then the friars face the wooden crucifix at the back of the chapel. Times, Sunday Times (2009)One protester, wielded a large wooden crucifix as she stood in front of a blazing caravan. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Around his neck hangs the huge gold crucifix he has worn for 40 years. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The crucifix on the wall is one presumed to have been used by Francis. Umbria - the green heart of Italy (1989)Lie flat on your back with your legs straight, heels resting on a bench or chair and arms stretched out on the floor in crucifix position. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'crucifix'
British English: crucifix /ˈkruːsɪfɪks/ NOUN
A crucifix is a cross with a figure of Christ on it.
- American English: crucifix
- Arabic: صَلِيب
- Brazilian Portuguese: crucifixo
- Chinese: 十字架
- Croatian: raspelo
- Czech: krucifix
- Danish: krucifiks
- Dutch: crucifix
- European Spanish: crucifijo
- Finnish: krusifiksi
- French: crucifix
- German: Kruzifix
- Greek: Εσταυρωμένος
- Italian: crocifisso
- Japanese: 十字架
- Korean: 십자가상
- Norwegian: krusifiks
- Polish: krucyfiks
- European Portuguese: crucifixo
- Romanian: crucifix
- Russian: распятие
- Spanish: crucifijo
- Swedish: krucifix
- Thai: ไม้กางเขนที่พระเยซูถูกตรึง
- Turkish: çarmıh
- Ukrainian: розп’яття
- Vietnamese: hình Chúa Giê-su trên cây thánh giá
Definition of crucifix from the Collins English Dictionary
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