English translation of 'ecclésiastique'
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De telles attitudes plaident en faveur d'un assouplissement de la discipline ecclésiastique.Le Monde (2003)
L'Etat prélève sa " dîme ", selon la curieuse expression ecclésiastique utilisée par Florence Parly.Le Monde (2001)
Paradoxalement, c'est un ecclésiastique, l'abbé Georges Lemaître, qui, à la fin des années 20, franchit le premier pas.Le Monde (1999)
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'ecclésiastique' in Other Languages
British English: clergyman NOUN
A clergyman is a male member of the clergy.
British English: cleric NOUN
A cleric is a member of the clergy.
Radical clerics have led a campaign to ban public dancing altogether.
British English: ecclesiastical ADJECTIVE
Ecclesiastical means belonging to or connected with the Christian Church.
My ambition was to travel upwards in the ecclesiastical hierarchy.
Translation of ecclésiastique from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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