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church school

  
     ( church schools    plural  ) A church school is a school which has a special relationship with a particular branch of the Christian church, and where there is strong emphasis on worship and the teaching of religion.      n-count  
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church     ( churches    plural  )
1       n-var   A church is a building in which Christians worship. You usually refer to this place as church when you are talking about the time that people spend there.  
...one of Britain's most historic churches., ...St Helen's Church..., I didn't see you in church on Sunday.     
2       n-count   A Church is one of the groups of people within the Christian religion, for example Catholics or Methodists, that have their own beliefs, clergy, and forms of worship.  
usu with supp, oft adj N, N of n  
...co-operation with the Catholic Church..., Church leaders said he was welcome to return.     


Church of England     
The Church of England is the main church in England. It has the Queen as its head and it does not recognize the authority of the Pope.      n-proper   the N  
church school        ( church schools    plural  ) A church school is a school which has a special relationship with a particular branch of the Christian church, and where there is strong emphasis on worship and the teaching of religion.      n-count  

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church

  
  
basilica, cathedral, chapel, house of God, kirk     (Scot.)   minster, place of worship, procathedral, tabernacle, temple  

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échec scolaire
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[Slang]
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officer of the Church of England
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sweat excessively
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expression used for warning that, although something seems to be over, settled, new events that could change the situation may occur
syn.: "it ain't over till it's over"
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Opposition to the disestablishment of the Church of England i.e.the English branch of the Western Christian Church, which combines Catholic and Protestant traditions, rejects the Pope’s authority, and has the monarch as its titular head
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