Definition of 'Vatican'
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If the Italian was connected with the Vatican, maybe he stole the ikon back. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (2001)`I shouldn't think the Vatican will be exactly overjoyed," Devlin told him. CONFESSIONAL (2001)
Pope Alexander, hearing of their approach, prepared to defend Rome and the Vatican. THE FAMILY (2001)
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Translations for 'Vatican'
British English: Vatican /ˈvætɪkən/ NOUN
The Vatican is the city state in Rome ruled by the pope which is the centre of the Roman Catholic Church.
The president had an audience with the pope in the Vatican.
- American English: Vatican
- Arabic: الفاتِيكان
- Brazilian Portuguese: Vaticano
- Chinese: 梵蒂冈
- Croatian: Vatikan
- Czech: Vatikán
- Danish: Vatikanet
- Dutch: Vaticaan
- European Spanish: Vaticano
- Finnish: Vatikaani
- French: Vatican
- German: Vatikan
- Greek: Βατικανό
- Italian: Vaticano
- Japanese: バチカン
- Korean: 바티칸 궁전
- Norwegian: Vatikanet
- Polish: Watykan
- European Portuguese: Vaticano
- Romanian: Vatican
- Russian: Ватикан
- Spanish: Vaticano
- Swedish: Vatikanen
- Thai: สำนักวาติกันที่เป็นที่ประทับขององค์สันตะปาปาในกรุงโรม
- Turkish: Vatikan
- Ukrainian: Ватикан
- Vietnamese: Tòa thánh Vatican
Definition of Vatican from the Collins English Dictionary
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