Definition of 'synagogue'
Example sentences containing 'synagogue'
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People had to attend synagogue or go to the temple to hear it read. Christianity Today (2000)They are less active religiously than those they leave behind in other churches and synagogues. Sociology and Religion: A Collection of Readings (1995)Or the building of a synagogue. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Many give lectures on the subject to schools, church groups and their local synagogues. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This time around, churches and synagogues are being set on fire. The Sun (2013)But what about the more established, mainline churches and synagogues? Sociology and Religion: A Collection of Readings (1995)But he sang for the rest of his life and it was his voice for which he will be remembered by many in his local synagogue. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They rarely, if at all, attend synagogue services. Sociology and Religion: A Collection of Readings (1995)Shoppers frequent the shopping centres, diners eat out and the devout attend their synagogues, mosques and churches. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'synagogue'
British English: synagogue /ˈsɪnəˌɡɒɡ/ NOUN
A synagogue is a building where Jewish people worship.
- American English: synagogue
- Arabic: مَعْبَدُ اليَهُود
- Brazilian Portuguese: sinagoga
- Chinese: 犹太教堂
- Croatian: sinagoga
- Czech: synagoga
- Danish: synagoge
- Dutch: synagoog
- European Spanish: sinagoga
- Finnish: synagoga
- French: synagogue
- German: Synagoge
- Greek: συναγωγή
- Italian: sinagoga
- Japanese: シナゴーグ
- Korean: 유태교 예배당
- Norwegian: synagoge
- Polish: synagoga
- European Portuguese: sinagoga
- Romanian: sinagogă
- Russian: синагога
- Spanish: sinagoga
- Swedish: synagoga
- Thai: โบสถ์ของศาสนายิว
- Turkish: sinagog
- Ukrainian: синагога
- Vietnamese: giáo đường Do thái
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