[ suh-kur-suhl ]
/ səˈkɜr səl /
subsidiary, especially noting a religious establishment that is dependent upon a principal one.
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Example sentences from the Web for succursal
There was even one parish in which the priest preached the Gospel in his principal church, and sang mass in its succursal.History of the Great Reformation, Volume IV|J. H. Merle D'Aubign
Of course this effect must be secured by succursal hothouses, not always open to visitors.
British Dictionary definitions for succursal
/ (sʌˈkɜːsəl) /
(esp of a religious establishment) subsidiary
a subsidiary establishment
Word Origin for succursal
C19: from French, from Medieval Latin succursus, from Latin succurrere to succour
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