Complete Definition of "catechize"

English

Etymology
Greek katēchein, to teach (orally), from kata-, "down" + ēchein, "to sound, to resound".

Pronunciation
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Verb
en-verb|catechizes|catechizing|catechized

  1. Christianity To give religious instruction, often by the question-and-answer method, especially children or adolescents who are preparing for confirmation.

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