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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “superstition”

superstition

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˌsuː.pəˈstɪʃ.ən/ US  /-pɚ-/
belief which is not based on human reason or scientific knowledge, but is connected with old ideas about magic, etc.
迷信
According to superstition, if you walk under a ladder it brings you bad luck.
按照迷信的說法,從梯子下走過會帶來厄運。
I don't believe in the old superstition that the number 13 is unlucky.
我不相信數字13不吉利這樣的舊迷信思想。
Religious beliefs and atheistic beliefs
(Definition of superstition from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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