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Meaning of “conformity” - Learner’s Dictionary

conformity

noun [U]     /kənˈfɔːməti/
behaviour that is the same as the way that most other people behaveCustom, tradition and conformity
conformity to/with sth formal following rules or traditional ways of doing thingsCustom, tradition and conformity
Translations of “conformity”
in Chinese (Traditional) 循規蹈矩…
in Russian конформизм…
in Turkish uyum, uyum sağlama, ayak uydurma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 循规蹈矩,墨守成规…
in Polish podporządkowanie się (normom)…
(Definition of conformity from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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