Definition of Shabbat in English:

Shabbat

Line breaks: Shab|bat
Pronunciation: /ʃaˈbat
 
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noun

(Among Sephardic Jews and in Israel) the Sabbath: strict adherence to Shabbat as a day of prayer [as modifier]: a Shabbat morning sermon Compare with Shabbos.
More example sentences
  • I am engaged in recruiting Jewish freshman, planning Shabbats and leading some student Shabbat services and planning holidays.
  • One of the most uplifting, beautiful Shabbats ensued.
  • Slowly, we made the trek of becoming religiously observant - first going to a few Shabbats, then moving along the scale.

Origin

from Hebrew šabbāṯ.

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