Translation of curacy in Spanish:


coadjutoría, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkjʊrəsi//ˈkjʊərəsi/

nounPlural curacies

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    coadjutoría feminine
    • And unlike Herbert his ministry was a long one: curacies in Chirk and Hanmer.
    • That of 7 June 1789 may be the first Malthus delivered as ordained deacon licensed to the curacy of Okewood Chapel; the second was read shortly thereafter.
    • Jane's mother was disowned because she married beneath her class, and after a year of marriage both parents caught the typhus fever in the curacy where Jane's father worked.
    • She will return to complete her three year curacy (assistant to a training vicar), before having to look for a parish of her own to lead.
    • He did however spend two years in study at Oxford in Magdalen College and had the prospect of a curacy in Buckinghamshire.