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pax

  

      n  
1      (Chiefly R.C. Church)  
a    a greeting signifying Christian love transmitted from one to another of those assisting at the Eucharist; kiss of peace  
b    a small metal or ivory plate, often with a representation of the Crucifixion, formerly used to convey the kiss of peace from the celebrant at Mass to those attending it, who kissed the plate in turn  
      interj  
2      (Brit, school)  
slang   a call signalling an end to hostilities or claiming immunity from the rules of a game: usually accompanied by a crossing of the fingers  
     (Latin: peace)  


Pax  
      n  
1    the Roman goddess of peace,   (Greek counterpart)    Irene  
2    a period of general peace, esp. one in which there is one dominant nation  
     (Latin: peace)  
PAX  
      abbrev. for   private automatic exchange  
Pax Romana  
      n   the Roman peace; the long period of stability under the Roman Empire  
pax vobiscum     (Latin)   peace be with you  
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Pax  
      n  
1    the Roman goddess of peace,   (Greek counterpart)    Irene  
2    a period of general peace, esp. one in which there is one dominant nation  
     (Latin: peace)  


pax  
      n  
1      (Chiefly R.C. Church)  
a    a greeting signifying Christian love transmitted from one to another of those assisting at the Eucharist; kiss of peace  
b    a small metal or ivory plate, often with a representation of the Crucifixion, formerly used to convey the kiss of peace from the celebrant at Mass to those attending it, who kissed the plate in turn  
      interj  
2      (Brit, school)  
slang   a call signalling an end to hostilities or claiming immunity from the rules of a game: usually accompanied by a crossing of the fingers  
     (Latin: peace)  
PAX  
      abbrev. for   private automatic exchange  
Pax Romana  
      n   the Roman peace; the long period of stability under the Roman Empire  
pax vobiscum     (Latin)   peace be with you  

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Collins
PAX  
      abbrev. for   private automatic exchange  


pax  
      n  
1      (Chiefly R.C. Church)  
a    a greeting signifying Christian love transmitted from one to another of those assisting at the Eucharist; kiss of peace  
b    a small metal or ivory plate, often with a representation of the Crucifixion, formerly used to convey the kiss of peace from the celebrant at Mass to those attending it, who kissed the plate in turn  
      interj  
2      (Brit, school)  
slang   a call signalling an end to hostilities or claiming immunity from the rules of a game: usually accompanied by a crossing of the fingers  
     (Latin: peace)  
Pax  
      n  
1    the Roman goddess of peace,   (Greek counterpart)    Irene  
2    a period of general peace, esp. one in which there is one dominant nation  
     (Latin: peace)  
Pax Romana  
      n   the Roman peace; the long period of stability under the Roman Empire  
pax vobiscum     (Latin)   peace be with you  

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Consulte también:

Pax Romana, pax vobiscum, PABX, PA

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