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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “Christmas”

Christmas

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈkrɪs.məs/
(the period just before and after) 25 December, a Christian holy day which celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ
聖誕節;聖誕節期間
We're going to my mother's for Christmas.
我們要去我母親家過聖誕節。
Happy Christmas!
聖誕快樂!
We had a lovely Christmas.
我們過了一個愉快的聖誕節。
the Christmas holidays
聖誕假期
Religious festivalsCelebrations, parties and special occasions
(Definition of Christmas from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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