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Translation of "traditional" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

traditional

adjective
 
 
/trəˈdɪʃ.ən.əl/ /-ˈdɪʃ.nəl/
following or belonging to the customs or ways of behaving that have continued in a group of people or society for a long time without changing
傳統的
The villagers retain a strong attachment to their traditional values/customs/beliefs.
村民依然固守著傳統的價值觀/習俗/信仰。
The school uses a combination of modern and traditional methods for teaching reading.
該校採用傳統與現代方式相結合的方法教授閱讀。
The dancers were wearing traditional Hungarian dress/costume.
舞者身穿傳統匈牙利服裝。
She's very traditional (in her ideas and opinions).
她這人(在思想觀念上)非常傳統。
Custom, tradition and conformity
Translations of “traditional”
in Korean 전통적인…
in Arabic تَقْليدي…
in Portuguese tradicional…
in Catalan tradicional…
in Japanese 伝統的な, 従来の…
in Italian tradizionale…
in Russian традиционный…
in Turkish geleneksel, göreneksel, ananevî…
in Chinese (Simplified) 传统的…
in Polish tradycyjny…
(Definition of traditional from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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