- 1.1 countable/numerable (building) iglesia (feminine) to go to church ir* a la iglesia, ir* a misa were you at o in church on Sunday? ¿estabas en misa or en la iglesia el domingo? they were married in church se casaron por la Iglesia or (Peru, River Plate area/Perú, Río de la Plata) por iglesia (before noun/delante del nombre) church hall sala (feminine) de reuniones de la parroquia church paradeformación de soldados o marineros en uniforme que asisten a un oficio religioso como cuerpo oficial a church service un oficio religioso he wants a church wedding quiere casarse por la Iglesia or (Peru, River Plate area/Perú, Río de la Plata) por iglesiaMore example sentences1.2
( also Church)(as organization) the church la Iglesia the Church of England/Scotland la Iglesia Anglicana/Presbiteriana Escocesa to enter the church (become a priest) hacerse* sacerdote ( or pastor etc) (become a nun) meterse (a or de) monja
- In addition, I was privileged to preach in several other churches in the Manila area.
- The bells of Catholic and Protestant churches rang out across Germany at noon.
- Two practices important to Christian worship usually take place in churches.
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