ks. pra?.

Russian translation: прелат

13:26 Sep 13, 2002
Polish to Russian translations [Non-PRO]
Religion / Religion
Polish term or phrase: ks. pra?.
Co znaczy ten skro't?
Odpowiedz' mozna podac' po polsku (rosyjsku, bialorusku, angielsku i t. d. -- lecz najlepiej po polsku.

Dziekuje.
Yuri Smirnov
Local time: 20:04
Russian translation:прелат
Explanation:
ks.pra - ksiedz pralat

Praіat, w Ko¶ciele katolickim wyїszy dostojnik ko¶cielny (np. biskup, opat) sprawuj±cy wіadzк na okre¶lonym terytorium; takїe tytuі honorowy...

Это священник высокого ранга. По русски обычно просто "прелат".

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Note added at 2002-09-13 17:37:51 (GMT)
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Прелат Бронислав Чаплицкий назначен координатором
программы «Католические ...
www.agnuz.info/Archive/March/25032002/nov.htm
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tunturi
United Kingdom
Local time: 17:04
Grading comment
Thank you for the answer. One question I still have is:
What about "Monsignor"? I've met the same name with both prelate and Monsignor before it? What's the difference?
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прелат


Explanation:
ks.pra - ksiedz pralat

Praіat, w Ko¶ciele katolickim wyїszy dostojnik ko¶cielny (np. biskup, opat) sprawuj±cy wіadzк na okre¶lonym terytorium; takїe tytuі honorowy...

Это священник высокого ранга. По русски обычно просто "прелат".

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Note added at 2002-09-13 17:37:51 (GMT)
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Прелат Бронислав Чаплицкий назначен координатором
программы «Католические ...
www.agnuz.info/Archive/March/25032002/nov.htm

tunturi
United Kingdom
Local time: 17:04
Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian
Grading comment
Thank you for the answer. One question I still have is:
What about "Monsignor"? I've met the same name with both prelate and Monsignor before it? What's the difference?

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neutral  Natalie: "ksiAdz pralat"; ÷ňî ęŕńŕĺňń˙ ďĺđĺâîäŕ, ňî (â çŕâčńčěîńňč îň ęđíňĺęńňŕ) ěîćĺň áűňü íĺ ňîëüęî ďđĺëŕň, íî č "îňĺö-ďđĺëŕň"
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