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tradition

noun [C or U]
 
 
/trəˈdɪʃ.ən/
a belief, principle or way of acting which people in a particular society or group have continued to follow for a long time, or all of these beliefs, etc. in a particular society or group
傳統
Fireworks have long been an American tradition on the Fourth of July.
七月四日國慶日放煙火是美國人長期以來的傳統。
Switzerland has a long tradition of neutrality.
保持中立是瑞士長期以來的傳統。
[+ that] There's a tradition in our office that when it's somebody's birthday, they bring in a cake for us all to share.
我們辦公室有個傳統:當有人過生日時,就會帶蛋糕來跟我們大家一起分享。
We decided to break with tradition (= not behave as usual) this year and go away for Christmas.
今年我們決定打破傳統,外出度聖誕節。
According to tradition, a headless ghost walks through the corridors of the house at night.
據傳說,晚上有個無頭鬼走過這幢房子的走廊。
Custom, tradition and conformity
Translations of “tradition”
in Arabic تَقْليد…
in Korean 전통…
in Malaysian tradisi…
in French tradition…
in Turkish gelenek, görenek, anane…
in Italian tradizione…
in Russian традиция…
in Polish tradycja…
in Vietnamese truyền thống, phong tục, tập quán…
in Spanish tradición…
in Portuguese tradição…
in Thai ประเพณี, สิ่งที่ทำสืบต่อกันมา…
in German die Tradition…
in Catalan tradició…
in Japanese 伝統, 慣習…
in Indonesian tradisi, adat istiadat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 传统…
(Definition of tradition from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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