worship

worship
worship
A n
1 (veneration) gen vénération f ; Relig culte m ; nature/ancestor worship culte de la nature/des ancêtres ; that car has become an object of worship for her cette voiture est devenue pour elle un objet de vénération ;
2 (religious practice) pratique f religieuse ; public worship is forbidden la pratique religieuse publique est interdite ; freedom of worship liberté f de culte ; place of worship lieu m de culte ; an act of worship un acte de dévotion ; a service of divine worship un office religieux or divin ; hours of worship (Christian, Jewish) heures des offices ; (Moslem) heures des prières.
B Worship pr n GBForms of address (for man) monsieur m ; (for woman) madame f ; his Worship the mayor Monsieur le maire.
C vtr (p prés etc -pp-)
1 Relig (venerate) adorer, vénérer [Buddha, God] ; (give praise) rendre hommage à ;
2 (idolize) lit vénérer [person] ; fig être en adoration devant [animal, person] ; to worship money/fame avoir le culte de l'argent/la renommée.
D vi (p prés etc -pp-) pratiquer sa religion ; to worship at the altar of élever des autels à la gloire de [money, fame].
Idiom
to worship the ground sb walks ou treads on vénérer jusqu'au sol que qn foule.

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