Definition of 'vicar'
Example sentences containing 'vicar'
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She had nothing against the vicar 's wife, or the vicar either. THE IMAGE OF LAURA (1977)But now the vicar was saying some woman had been killed there. WIDOW'S END (1977)
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Translations for 'vicar'
British English: vicar /ˈvɪkə/ NOUN
A vicar is a priest in the Church of England.
- American English: rector
- Arabic: قَسّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: vigário pároco
- Chinese: 教区牧师
- Croatian: vikar
- Czech: farář
- Danish: præst
- Dutch: predikant
- European Spanish: cura párroco
- Finnish: pastori
- French: vicaire
- German: Pfarrer
- Greek: εφημέριος
- Italian: vicario
- Japanese: 教区牧師
- Korean: 교구 목사
- Norwegian: sogneprest
- Polish: pastor
- European Portuguese: vigário
- Romanian: vicar
- Russian: викарий
- Spanish: cura párroco
- Swedish: kyrkoherde
- Thai: พระในคริสต์ศาสนา
- Turkish: papaz yardımcısı
- Ukrainian: вікарій
- Vietnamese: cha sứ
Definition of vicar from the Collins English Dictionary
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