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sabbat {noun}

sabbat {m} [rel.]

Sabbath {noun} [rel.]

À cette heure-là, les étudiants étaient réunis dans le réfectoire du rez-de-chaussée pour le repas solennel du sabbat.

At the time, students were gathered in the ground-floor dining hall for the festive and holy Sabbath meal.

Dans certaines communautés on pouvait remarquer la coexistence de l'observance du sabbat et de la célébration dominicale.

Some communities observed the Sabbath while also celebrating Sunday.

Différenciation progressive par rapport au sabbat

Growing distinction from the Sabbath

Dans bien des régions de la chrétienté le sabbat et le dimanche ont été observés comme « deux jours frères ».(23)

Moreover, there have always been groups within Christianity which observe both the Sabbath and Sunday as "two brother days".(23)

Le Sabbat n'a été imposé qu'à ceux qui divergeaient à son sujet.

The Sabbath was ordained only for those who differed about it (not for all the communities that were to follow the way of Abraham).
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Context sentences for "sabbat" in English

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2) entre 14 h 30 et 21 h 00 pendant la semaine et entre 6 h 00 et 21 h 00 le samedi (sabbat) et les jours fériés.

between 14:30 and 21:00 on weekdays, and between 06:00 and 21:00 on Saturdays (Shabbat) and holidays.

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