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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
Translations of “Christmas”
in Arabic عيد الميلاد…
in Korean 크리스마스…
in Malaysian Krismas…
in French Noël…
in Turkish Noel…
in Italian Natale…
in Russian Рождество…
in Polish Boże Narodzenie, Święta (Bożego Narodzenia)…
in Vietnamese lễ Nô en…
in Spanish Navidad…
in Portuguese Natal…
in Thai คริสต์มาส…
in German das Weihnachten…
in Catalan Nadal…
in Japanese クリスマス…
in Indonesian Natal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 圣诞节, 圣诞节期间…
(Definition of Christmas from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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