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bat mitzvah

noun [C usually singular]
 
 
/ˌbætˈmɪts.və/
a Jewish ceremony held to celebrate a girl reaching the age of 12, in which she is given the religious responsibilities and duties of an adult woman
女受戒礼(为年满13岁的犹太女孩举行的成人仪式)
JudaismReligious ceremonies and prayers
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