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"Velacion "


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Type: noun
Pronunciation: ˈvi-jəl
Definition(s):
- a watch formerly kept on the night before a religious feast with prayer or other devotions
- the day before a religious feast observed as a day of spiritual preparation
- evening or nocturnal devotions or prayers
- the act of keeping awake at times when sleep is customary
- a period of wakefulness
- an act or period of watching or surveillance

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Definition: an act or period of watching for signs of activity, danger, or opportunity
Example: kept vigil at their ailing son's bedside the entire time he was in the hospital
Synonyms: lookout, surveillance, watch
Related: observance, observation, supervision; inspection, scrutiny

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