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friar
American English: /ˈfraɪ(ə)r/
British English: /ˈfrʌɪə/

Translation of friar in Spanish:

noun

  • Friar Tuck
    Fray Tuck
    the Augustinian/Black/Grey/White Friars
    los agustinos/dominicos or domínicos /franciscanos/carmelitas
    Example sentences
    • In the 1200's, members of new religious orders, called friars, began to work among the people.
    • Michael Robson analyzes the preaching and service of Dominican and Franciscan friars.
    • At the height of the indulgence sale, Martin Luther, an Augustinian friar from Germany, traveled to Rome and was shocked by what he saw.

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