Definition of transubstantiation
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But in the Middle Ages, that was not the case. Transubstantiation was believed to have taken place: The host and the wine literally became the flesh and blood of Christ.
Branding, Mr. Trump’s specialty, is the capitalist version of transubstantiation.
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TRANSUBSTANTIATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of transubstantiation for English Language Learners
: the belief in some Christian religions that the bread and wine given at Communion become the body and blood of Jesus Christ when they are blessed
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