In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(building)iglesia feminineto go to church — ir a misa
- were you at / in church on Sunday? — ¿estabas en misa / en la iglesia el domingo?
- they were married in church — se casaron por la Iglesia
- before noun church hall — sala de reuniones de la parroquia
- church parade — formación 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
- Gothic churches and cathedrals were fundamentally different to Norman buildings.
- Churchgoers have welcomed a new team rector to Anglican churches in Bacup and Stacksteads.
- Many churches built today combine traditional and modern architectural styles.
- An air ambulance was also called and landed in the grounds of nearby All Saints' Church.
- Flagstones from churches and chapels in the South Wales valleys have become a target for thieves.
- The funeral will be held on Wednesday at noon at St Mary's Church, Riddlesden.
- The bells of Catholic and Protestant churches rang out across Germany at noon.
- Many evangelical churches had windows smashed and walls daubed with offensive graffiti.
- It used to be assumed that the only buildings the Anglo-Saxons made of stone were churches.
- Two practices important to Christian worship usually take place in churches.
- From the top, we can see mosques, churches and synagogues and graveyard after graveyard.
- The Regent Singers will be in concert at Stricklandgate Methodist Church on Friday.
- The churches and cathedrals built by the Normans tended to use large stones.
- In addition, I was privileged to preach in several other churches in the Manila area.
- Both services will take place at Melbourne Road Methodist Church in Deane on Sunday.
- There were no attacks on churches or mosques during the period covered by the report.
- There will be Mass celebrated on this date at 3pm, in the Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Dublin.
- All three churches are listed as buildings of historic or architectural interest.
- Early Christian churches had no pulpits other than the ambos where scriptures could be read.
- After leaving Perth he was a priest at the Anglican Church of St Augustine at Bulli in New South Wales.
2also 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.)
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