I n
1) шанування, поклоніння

an object of worship — предмет поклоніння

the worship of rank [of wealth, of intellect, of success] — преклоніння перед званнями [перед багатством, перед розумом, перед успіхом]

hero worship — поклоніння героям, знаменитостям (часто іронічно), to offer worship to smb; smth поклонятися кому-н., чому-н.

2) peл. культ; віросповідання; відправлення церковних обрядів; богослужіння

freedom of worship — свобода відправлення релігійних культів

public act of worship — богослужіння

forms of worship — релігійні обряди, ритуали

place of worship — церква, храм

worship of images — ідолопоклонство; поклоніння іконам, шанування ікон

3) icт. шана

Your [His]W — Ваша [Його]милість (про суддю, мера; в Великобританії)

II v
1) поклонятися, схилятися; шанувати

to worship God [idols] — поклонятися богу [ідолам]

to worship money [success] — преклонятися перед багатством [успіхом]

2) обожнювати, боготворити

he worships his mother — він боготворить свою мати

3) peл. відвідувати церкву; молитися (в церкві)

English-Ukrainian dictionary. 2013.


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