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Translation of "bat mitzvah" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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 女受戒禮(為年滿13歲的猶太女孩舉行的成人儀式) JudaismReligious ceremonies and prayers
(Definition of bat mitzvah from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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