Traducción de cassock en Español:

cassock

sotana, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkasək//ˈkæsək/

nombre

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    (of priest) sotana femenino
    (of chorister) túnica femenino
    • The choristers wore shirt and tie (long ties for the boys and bowties for the men) with black robes over their shoulders (not their liturgical cassocks and surplices).
    • It is growing apparent from your vicar's shortening sermons that it is becoming uncomfortably warm weather in which to wear a cassock.
    • Serious students from across the world in black cassocks and dangling crosses file to and from classes, but they're not entirely back in medieval times.
    • Unlike in other nations, they stick to their identities by moving around in public places wearing the cassock,’ he says.
    • I handed in my cassock, the black and white outfit that had raised our dog's hackles and set him to barking when I first modelled it at home for my astonished family, who had stopped attending years earlier.
    • But it seems that the cassock and the cross can become an amazing uniform which still has the power to give its wearer a protected voice.
    • The curate's study was an 18th century room that he could not afford to heat, so he would cocoon himself in a cassock and heavy cloak.
    • ‘I hope he's got thermals on under his cassock,’ my friend Lucy shivered when I told her where I was going.
    • And there was his obituary, with a lithograph of a stout, balding man in a cassock with a slightly forked beard.
    • Orthodox and Byzantine Rite priests usually wear black cassocks, but gray and brown are also permitted.
    • The mourners arrived in their black suits led by the vicar in his white cassock.
    • From their immaculate haircuts and the swish of their exquisitely cut cassocks these were the lads from Rome.
    • The guild also purchased material and made the choirboys new cassocks, in addition to contributing towards the cost of new hymn and prayer books for the congregation.
    • In the cobalt light, their cassocks slapped softly against their trouser legs.
    • She watched as the man, garbed appropriately in a black cassock and hat, disappeared through the cemetery, towards the lakeside and a small boat.
    • He was greeted by the Pope, dressed in a white cassock, who then brought him to the private library for a meeting.
    • Wearing a cassock and cloak, the Bishop will take gifts to a synagogue, a mosque, a Sikh Gurdwara, a Hindu temple and a Catholic church where he will offer prayers before the welcome service.
    • Peter had my package tucked under his arm and was marching down the hall, sending the hem of his cassock flying up to his knees.