Definición de Orthodox Church en inglés:

Orthodox Church

Saltos de línea: Ortho|dox Church
A Christian Church or federation of Churches originating in the Greek-speaking Church of the Byzantine Empire, not accepting the authority of the Pope of Rome, and using elaborate and archaic forms of service.

The chief Orthodox Churches (often known collectively as the Eastern Orthodox Church) include the national Churches of Greece, Russia, Bulgaria, Romania, and Serbia. The term is also used by other ancient Churches, mainly of African or Asian origin, e.g. the Coptic, Syrian, and Ethiopian Churches

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Pronunciación: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something