1. (religious hat)masculine noun
a. miter (United States)
¿Cuál de esos sacerdotes es el obispo? - El que tiene puesta la mitra.Which one of those priests is the bishop? - The one who's wearing the miter.
b. mitre (United Kingdom)
El Papa usa un pequeño gorro a diario, y se pone la mitra para misas especiales.The Pope wears a small cap daily and a mitre for special masses.
2. (religious office or territory)
a. bishopric (of a bishop)
El obispo convocó a todos los párrocos de la mitra.The bishop summoned all the parish priests of the bishopric.
b. archbishopric (of the archbishop)
Nuestra parroquia está bajo la jurisdicción de la mitra de Cartagena.Our parish is under the jurisdiction of the Cartagena archbishopric.
a. office of archbishop/bishop
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