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Definitions of archbishop:

part of speech: noun

A chief bishop: the bishop of a province as well as of his own diocese.

part of speech: noun

A metropolitan having jurisdiction over the bishops of his province.

part of speech: noun

The chief bishop of a church district in the Greek, Roman, and English churches.

part of speech: noun

ARCHBISHOPRIC.

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