catechize

catechize
['kætɪkaɪz]
1) Общая лексика: выпытывать, выспрашивать, допрашивать, допросить, излагать в форме вопросов и ответов, изложить в вопросах и ответах, поучать, преподавать катехизис
2) Церковный термин: наставлять, наставлять (в основах веры)
3) Религия: готовить к крещению, наставить, наставлять в вопросах веры, (To give religious instruction by questions, answers, and explanations and corrections) наставлять в основах веры

Универсальный англо-русский словарь. . 2011.

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  • Catechize — Cat e*chize, v. t. See {Catechise}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • catechize — index cross examine, examine (interrogate), inquire Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • catechize — early 15c., from Church L. catechizare to teach by word of mouth, from Gk. katekhizein teach orally, instruct by word of mouth, from katekhein to resound (see CATECHESIS (Cf. catechesis)). Related: Catechized; catechizing …   Etymology dictionary

  • catechize — (Amer.) cate·chize || kætkaɪz v. instruct using questions and answers; question thoroughly; (Christianity) give religious instructions to a person using questions and answers (also catechise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • catechize — interrogate, quiz, examine, question, *ask, query, inquire …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • catechize — [v] instruct and question ask, crossexamine, drill, educate, examine, grill, inquire, interrogate, query, quiz, teach, train; concepts 48,285 Ant. answer, listen …   New thesaurus

  • catechize — (also catechise) ► VERB ▪ instruct by question and answer, especially by using a catechism. ORIGIN Greek kat khizein, from kat khein instruct orally …   English terms dictionary

  • catechize — [kat′ə kīz΄] vt. catechized, catechizing [ME catecizen < LL(Ec) catechizare < Gr katēchizein: see CATECHETICAL] 1. to teach, esp. in the principles of religion, by the method of questions and answers 2. to question searchingly or fully:… …   English World dictionary

  • catechize — transitive verb ( chized; chizing) Etymology: Late Latin catechizare, from Greek katēchein to teach, literally, to din into, from kata cata + ēchein to resound, from ēchē sound more at echo Date: 15th century 1. to instruct systematically …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • catechize — catechizable, adj. catechization, n. catechizer, n. /kat i kuyz /, v.t., catechized, catechizing. 1. to instruct orally by means of questions and answers, esp. in Christian doctrine. 2. to question with reference to belief. 3. to question closely …   Universalium

  • catechize — verb To give religious instruction, often by the question and answer method, especially children or adolescents who are preparing for confirmation …   Wiktionary


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