English → English - patriarchate

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n. jurisdiction of the patriarchy; patriarchy, social organization in which the father is the highest authority

English → Spanish - patriarchate

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s. patriarcado

English → French - patriarchate

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n. patriarcat

English → German - patriarchate

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n. Patriarchat, Vaterherrschaft

English → Italian - patriarchate

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s. patriarcato

English → Polish - patriarchate

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n. patriarchat

English → Portuguese - patriarchate

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s. patriarcado; território de um patriarca

English → Romanian - patriarchate

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n. patriarhat, patriarhie

English → Russian - patriarchate

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с. патриаршество, патриархия, резиденция патриарха; патриархат

English → Turkish - patriarchate

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i. ataerki, patriklik

English → Ukrainian - patriarchate

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n. патріархія

English → Dutch - patriarchate

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zn. patriarchaat

English → Greek - patriarchate

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ουσ. πατριαρχείο

English → Arabic - patriarchate

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‏منصب البطريرك، بطريكية، مهمة بطريك، الكرسي البطريكي، نظام البطريكية‏

English → Chinese - patriarchate

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(名) 家长的地位; 宗族社会

English → Chinese - patriarchate

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(名) 家長的地位; 宗族社會

English → Hindi - patriarchate

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n. पादरी का पद

English → Japanese - patriarchate

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(名) 家長

English → Korean - patriarchate

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명. 가장의 지위, 가장의 권한, 가장의 임기, 가장의 관구, 가장의 저택, 가장 정치, 가장 제도, 족장정치, 족장 제도, 부권 사회

English → Vietnamese - patriarchate

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n. chổ ở của tộc trưởng, chổ ở của giáo trưởng

Definition of patriarchate

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Noun
1. The term of office of a Christian patriarch.
The patriarchate of Pope John Paul II as Patriarch of the West was more than 25 years.
2. The office or ecclesial jurisdiction of such a patriarch.
The Patriarchate of Constantinople has primacy over the whole of the Orthodox world.
3. The office-space occupied by a patriarch and his staff.
The Latin patriarchate in Jerusalem is, by modern standards, a very cramped space.
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