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Turkish translation of “ceremony”

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ceremony

noun
 
 
/ˈserɪməni/
EVENT [C] B1 a formal event that is performed on important social or religious occasions
tören
a wedding/marriage ceremony an award ceremony Ceremonies
BEHAVIOUR [U] formal behaviour, words, and actions that are part of a ceremony
tören davranışı, ifadeleri ve hareketleri, törene dair
Manners and levels of formalityPolite and respectful
Translations of “ceremony”
in Korean 식, 형식…
in Arabic مَراسِم, طُقوس…
in French cérémonie…
in Italian cerimonia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 儀式, 典禮…
in Russian церемония, формальности, этикет…
in Polish uroczystość, ceremonia, ceremoniał…
in Spanish ceremonia…
in Portuguese cerimônia…
in German die Zeremonie, die Feierlichkeit…
in Catalan cerimònia…
in Japanese 儀式, 儀礼, 作法…
in Chinese (Simplified) 仪式, 典礼…
(Definition of ceremony from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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