Definition of 'religion'
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Example sentences containing 'religion'
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No inferiority complex in we British, boyo; arrogance is our religion. A SONG AT TWILIGHT (2002)That's rather terrible, isn't it - using religion lire that. THE DISPOSAL OF THE LIVING (2002)People like him aren't curable, unless perhaps they get religion. THY BROTHER DEATH (2002)
Trends of 'religion'
Very Common. religion is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'religion'
British English: religion /rɪˈlɪdʒən/ NOUN
Religion is belief in a god or gods.
He studies religion and philosophy.
- American English: religion
- Arabic: دِين
- Brazilian Portuguese: religião
- Chinese: 宗教
- Croatian: religija
- Czech: náboženství
- Danish: religion
- Dutch: religie
- European Spanish: religión
- Finnish: uskonto
- French: religion
- German: Religion
- Greek: θρησκεία
- Italian: religione
- Japanese: 宗教
- Korean: 종교
- Norwegian: religion
- Polish: religia
- European Portuguese: religião
- Romanian: religie
- Russian: религия
- Spanish: religión
- Swedish: religion
- Thai: ศาสนา
- Turkish: din
- Ukrainian: релігія
- Vietnamese: tôn giáo
Definition of religion from the Collins English Dictionary
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