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venerable

US [ˈvenərəb(ə)l]
UK [ˈven(ə)rəb(ə)l]
  • adj.(因年高、显要、智慧等)令人尊重的
  • Web庄严的;值得尊敬的;可尊敬的
Venerable
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adj.
1.
(因年高、显要、智慧等)令人尊重的,值得敬重的,受敬佩的venerable people or things deserve respect because they are old, important, wise, etc.
a venerable old man
德高望重的老人
a venerable institution
令人仰慕的机构
2.
[obn]
(对圣公会会吏长的尊称)尊者(in the Anglican Church) a title of respect used when talking about an archdeacon
the Venerable Martin Roberts
尊者马丁 ) 罗伯茨
3.
[obn]
真福(天主教会对列入圣品前的已故圣洁者的尊称)(in the Roman Catholic Church) a title given to a dead person who is very holy but who has not yet been made a saint

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