1. сестринство, (добри) сестрински отношения
2. религиозно/благотворително общество на калугерки
3. група жени, свързани с общи интереси
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{'sistъhud} n 1. сестринство, (добри) сестрински отношения
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n сестринство;sisterhood; n 1. сестринство, (добри) сестрински отношения; 2. религиозно
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1. група жени, свързани с общи интереси 2. религиозно/благотворително общество на калугерки 3. сестринство, (добри) сестрински отношения
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sisterhood[´sistəhud] n 1. сестринство, добри сестрински отношения; they lived in loving \sisterhood те живяха задружно като любещи сестри; 2. женско религиозно общество; 3. разг., пренебр. компания, банда.

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