churchy

church·y

 (chûr′chē)
adj. church·i·er, church·i·est
1. Conforming or adhering rigorously to the practices or creeds of a church.
2. Of, suitable for, or suggesting a church: "two ... ladies in churchy hats sipping pale pink drinks" (Anne Tyler).

churchy

(ˈtʃɜːtʃɪ)
adj, churchier or churchiest
1. like a church, church service, etc
2. excessively religious
Translations
kirkollinen
bigottklerikálisvakbuzgó

churchy

[ˈtʃɜːtʃɪ] ADJ (pej) (= pious) → beato; (= churchgoing) → que va mucho a la iglesia, que toma muy en serio las cosas de la iglesia

churchy

adj (+er) (inf) personkirchlich
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