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tradition

US [trəˈdɪʃ(ə)n]
UK [trə'dɪʃ(ə)n]
  • n.传统;传统的信仰(或风俗)
  • Web惯例;传说;交付
Plural Form:traditions  
tradition
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n.
1.
传统;传统的信仰(或风俗)a belief, custom or way of doing sth that has existed for a long time among a particular group of people; a set of these beliefs or customs
religious/cultural, etc. traditions
宗教、文化等传统
This region is steeped in tradition .
这个地区有着深厚的传统。
The company has a long tradition of fine design.
这家公司的优秀设计历史悠久。
The British are said to love tradition(= to want to do things in the way they have always been done) .
据说英国人热爱传统。
They broke with tradition(= did things differently) and got married quietly.
他们打破传统,毫不声张地结了婚。
By tradition , children play tricks on 1 April.
按照传统风俗,儿童在 4 月 1 日捣乱戏弄别人。
There's a tradition in our family that we have a party on New Year's Eve.
我们家有个传统,新年除夕要办家庭聚会。
He's a politician in the tradition of(= similar in style to) Kennedy.
他是位具有肯尼迪风格的政治家。

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