clerical definition

  • adjective:
    • Of or concerning clerks or office workers or their particular work.
    • Of, relating to, or feature of the clergy.
    • Advocating clericalism.
    • of or regarding clerks or their particular work
    • of or relating to the clergy
    • Of or pertaining to the clergy; appropriate the clergy.
    • Of or concerning a clerk or copyist, or even composing.
    • attribute associated with the work done by a clerk, secretary, or copyist, or suitable become performed by a clerk.
    • of or concerning clerks
    • of or regarding the clergy
    • suitable for or engaged in office work
  • noun:
    • an associate of the clergy.
    • clothes donned by the clergy.
    • An advocate of clericalism.
    • a part of this clergy.
    • a part of the clergy.
    • A supporter, especially a political supporter, of clerical energy or influence.
  • others:
    • Relating or pertaining to the clergy: as, clerical tonsure; clerical robes; clerical obligations.
    • Of or with respect to a clerk, publisher, or copyist: as, clerical errors.

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