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Talmud Torah

[ Sephardic Hebrew tahl-mood taw-rah; Ashkenazic Hebrew tahl-mood -toh-ruh, -muhd; English tahl-muhd -tawr-uh, tohr-uh, tal- ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew tɑlˈmud tɔˈrɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈtɑl mʊd ˈtoʊ rə, -məd; English ˈtɑl məd ˈtɔr ə, ˈtoʊr ə, ˈtæl- /
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noun Hebrew.

(in Europe) a community-supported Jewish elementary school for teaching children Hebrew, Bible, and the fundamentals of Judaism.
(in the U.S.) a Jewish religious school for children, holding classes at the end of the secular school day.

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