Definition of fellowship Pronunciation
1. A company of people that share the same interest or aim.
2. A feeling of friendship, relatedness or connection between people.
3. A merit-based scholarship.
4. A temporary position at an academic institution with limited teaching duties and ample time for research; this may also be called a postdoc.
5. A period of supervised, sub-specialty medical training in the United States and Canada that a physician may undertake after completing a specialty training program or residency.
6. Spiritual communion with a divine being.
The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ and the love of God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all. (2 Corinthians 13:14, ESV))
7. To admit to fellowship, enter into fellowship with; to make feel welcome by showing friendship or building a cordial relationship. Now only in religious use.
The Bishop's family fellowshipped the new converts.
The Society of Religious Snobs refused to fellowship the poor, immigrant family.
8. To join in fellowship; to associate with. Now only in religious use, and chiefly U.S.
The megachurch he attends is too big for making personal connections, so he also fellowships weekly in one of the church's small groups.
After she got married, she stopped fellowshipping with the singles in our church.
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English - English - fellowship Pronunciation
n. association, society; brotherhood; companionship; position of fellow (at a university); research grant
English - Spanish - fellowship Pronunciation
s. camaradería, compañerismo, compañía, comunión, confraternidad; beca
English - French - fellowship Pronunciation
n. association, compagnie; fraternité; camaraderie; collégialité; bourse de recherche
English - German - fellowship Pronunciation
n. Kameradschaft, Freundschaft, Gemeinschaft; Stellung eines Akademiemitglieds; Gesellschaft
English - Indonesian - fellowship Pronunciation
n. persahabatan, golongan, hubungan persahabatan, pengikutsertaan, keanggotaan, beasiswa
English - Italian - fellowship Pronunciation
s. comunanza, fraternità; amicizia, cameratismo, fratellanza; associazione, società; (Univ) associazione dei membri di un college; grado di membro interno; borsa di studio
English - Polish - fellowship Pronunciation
n. wspólnota, solidarność, zwartość, bractwo, poczet
English - Portuguese - fellowship Pronunciation
s. companhia; sociedade; camaradagem; bolsa de estudos; participação de lucros e perdas
English - Romanian - fellowship Pronunciation
n. tovărăşie, frăţie, camaraderie, solidaritate, calitatea de cercetător
English - Russian - fellowship Pronunciation
с. братство, общество, товарищество; компания, корпорация; соучастие, участие, членство, чувство товарищества
English - Turkish - fellowship Pronunciation
i. arkadaşlık, duygu paylaşımı, halden anlama, dernek, birlik, üniversite bursu
English - Ukrainian - fellowship Pronunciation
n. товариство, братство, корпорація, співучасть
English - Dutch - fellowship Pronunciation
zn. genootschap; broederschap; (wetenschappelijk) ambt, betrekking; beurs (v. doctoraal assistent)
English - Greek - fellowship Pronunciation
ουσ. συναδελφότητα, συντροφιά, υφηγεσία, αδελφότης, υποτροφία, αδελφότητα, αλληλεγγύη
English - Arabic - fellowship Pronunciation
‏منحة جامعية، طائفة، مودة، رفقة، صحبة، إشتراك في المصلحة، جماعة مؤلفة من أصحاب، ألفة مودة، زمالة‏
English - Chinese - fellowship Pronunciation
(名) 团体, 友谊, 奖学金
English - Chinese - fellowship Pronunciation
(名) 團體, 友誼, 獎學金
English - Hindi - fellowship Pronunciation
n. साहचर्य, सभा, समागम
English - Japanese - fellowship Pronunciation
(名) 仲間, 交友; 友情; 団体; 特別奨学金(大学の); 調査の奨励金
English - Korean - fellowship Pronunciation
명. 단체, 조합, 회, 모임; 형제애; 동지애, 친교; 동료, 친구; 연구비
English - Vietnamese - fellowship Pronunciation
n. quyền lợi chung, tình bạn hửu, tình bạn bè, tình bằng hửu, tìng trạng chung, đoàn thể, đồng nghiệp, tình bạn

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Dictionary Extension
Verb forms for fellowship
Present participle: fellowshiping
Present: fellowship (3.person: fellowships)
Past: fellowshiped
Future: will fellowship
Present conditional: would fellowship
Present Perfect: have fellowshiped (3.person: has fellowshiped)
Past Perfect: had fellowshiped
Future Perfect: will have fellowshiped
Past conditional: would have fellowshiped