worship

worship
1. transitive verb,
(Brit.) -pp-
1) verehren, anbeten [Gott, Götter]
2) (idolize) abgöttisch verehren
2. intransitive verb,
(Brit.) -pp- am Gottesdienst teilnehmen
3. noun
1) Anbetung, die; (service) Gottesdienst, der
2)

Your/His Worship — Anrede für Richter, Bürgermeister; ≈ Euer/seine Ehren

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['wə:ʃip] 1. past tense, past participle - worshipped; verb
1) (to pay great honour to: to worship God.) anbeten
2) (to love or admire very greatly: She worships her older brother.) anbeten
2. noun
(the act of worshipping: A church is a place of worship; the worship of God / of money.) die Anbetung
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wor·ship
[ˈwɜ:ʃɪp, AM ˈwɜ:r-]
I. n no pl
1. (homage) Verehrung f
act of \worship Anbetung f
ancestor \worship Ahnenverehrung f
2. (religious service) Gottesdienst m
place of \worship (Christian) Andachtsstätte f; (non-Christian) Kultstätte f
public \worship [öffentlicher] Gottesdienst
to attend \worship (form) den Gottesdienst besuchen, in die Kirche gehen
3. (adoration) Verehrung f
fitness and health \worship Fitness- und Gesundheitskult m pej
money \worship Geldgier f pej
4. esp BRIT (form: title)
Your W\worship (to judge) Euer Ehren form; (to mayor) sehr geehrter Herr Bürgermeister/sehr geehrte Frau Bürgermeisterin form
II. vt
<BRIT -pp- or AM usu -p->
1. (revere)
to \worship a deity einer Gottheit huldigen geh, eine Gottheit anbeten
2. (adore)
to \worship sb/sth jdn/etw anbeten [o vergöttern] [o verehren]
to hero-\worship sb jdn wie einen Helden verehren
3. (be obsessed with)
to \worship sth von etw dat besessen sein
to \worship money geldgierig sein
to \worship sex sexbesessen sein
4.
to \worship the ground sb walks on jdn abgöttisch verehren, total verrückt nach jdm sein fam
III. vi
<BRIT -pp- or AM usu -p->
beten; (pray as Christian) am Gottesdienst teilnehmen
to \worship on a weekly basis jede Woche zur Kirche gehen
to \worship in [or at] a church/mosque/synagogue/temple in einer Kirche/einer Moschee/einer Synagoge/einem Tempel zu Gott beten
to \worship at the altar of sth etw hochloben
to \worship at the shrine of sth in etw dat die Erfüllung suchen
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['wɜːʃɪp]
1. n
1) (of God, person etc) Verehrung f

public worship — Gottesdienst m

place of worship — Andachtsstätte f; (non-Christian) Kultstätte f

2) (Brit

in titles) Your Worship (to judge) — Euer Ehren/Gnaden; (to mayor) (verehrter or sehr geehrter) Herr Bürgermeister

His Worship the Mayor of ... —

if your Worship wishes — wenn Euer Ehren or Gnaden wünschen

2. vt
anbeten

he worshipped the ground she walked on — er betete den Boden unter ihren Füßen an

3. vi (REL)
den Gottesdienst abhalten; (RC) die Messe feiern

the church where we used to worship — die Kirche, die wir besuchten

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worship [ˈwɜːʃıp; US ˈwɜr-]
A s
1. REL
a) Anbetung f, Verehrung f, Kult(us) m (alle auch fig)
b)(public worship öffentlicher) Gottesdienst, Ritus m:
hours of worship Gottesdienstzeiten;
hourse (oder place) of worship Kirche f, Gotteshaus n, Kultstätte f;
the worship of wealth die Anbetung des Reichtums
2. Gegenstand m der Verehrung oder Anbetung, (der, die, das) Angebetete
3. obs Ansehen n, guter Ruf
4. Worship bes Br Anrede für einen Bürgermeister, Richter etc:
good morning, Your Worship;
His Worship the mayor of Coventry
B v/t prät und pperf -shiped, besonders Br -shipped
1. anbeten, verehren, huldigen (dat)
2. fig jemanden (glühend) verehren, anbeten, vergöttern
C v/i beten, seine Andacht verrichten
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1. transitive verb,
(Brit.) -pp-
1) verehren, anbeten [Gott, Götter]
2) (idolize) abgöttisch verehren
2. intransitive verb,
(Brit.) -pp- am Gottesdienst teilnehmen
3. noun
1) Anbetung, die; (service) Gottesdienst, der
2)

Your/His Worship — Anrede für Richter, Bürgermeister; ≈ Euer/seine Ehren

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n.
Verehrung f.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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