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Definition of "rabbis" [rabbis]

  • (in Orthodox Judaism) a man qualified in accordance with traditional religious law to expound, teach, and rule in accordance with this law (noun)
  • The religious leader of a congregation; the minister of a synagogue (noun)
  • Plural form of rabbi. (noun)

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Use "rabbis" in a sentence
  • "The joke among rabbis is that going to the supermarket can be a work experience."
  • "Shaul Goldstein, head of the neighboring Gush Etzion settlement council, said that relations with the Palestinians in the area were good and that a group of rabbis from the settlements planned to visit the mosque to express their concern."
  • "In Archbishop Sambi‚Äôs case, he asked the Chief Rabbis to recommend rabbis from the major cities."