cathedral / kəˈθi drəl /


cathedral2 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. the principal church of a diocese, containing the bishop's throne.
  2. any of various important churches.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. pertaining to or containing a bishop's throne.
  2. pertaining to or emanating from a chair of office or authority.

cathedral 近义词

n. 名词 noun

large church


  1. For Allen, a Roman Catholic as passionate about the sport as she is about her faith, the baseball diamond has always been a cathedral.
  2. Tickets to the virtual Q&A are free, though donations to the cathedral are welcome.
  3. Then came a Frankish church, a Merovingian basilica, and Carolingian and Romanesque cathedrals.
  4. With fancy software, they can make a song sound like it was recorded in an echo-y cathedral.
  5. Also, it should be noted that some cathedrals collapsed as a result of short-sighted workmanship.
  6. In 1997, an earthquake in Assisi caused the collapse of the main cathedral and killed ten people.
  7. Here it is being performed by the Westminster Cathedral Choir.
  8. He led the packed cathedral in applause for Ramos and Liu and asked Bratton to bring a message to the men and women of the NYPD.
  9. From deep within, looking up at the tropical sky is like staring through the dome of some kind of earthen cathedral.
  10. Can you believe someone could get into a cathedral and do a concert?
  11. The cathedral is the only Spanish parochial church; it cares for two thousand four hundred souls.
  12. Father Fochel of the Cathedral had attempted to explain it; but he had not done so to her satisfaction.
  13. They have an old Cathedral here (now Presbyterian) of which the citizens seem quite proud, I can't perceive why.
  14. Inside the walls of Manila there is only one Spanish parochial church, namely, the cathedral.
  15. There is a six-horse steam engine in use in Chester Cathedral (installed 1876).