English → English - traditional

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adj. customary, pertaining to tradition, handed down by tradition, in accordance with tradition

English → Spanish - traditional

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adj. tradicional, consabido, convencional

English → French - traditional

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adj. traditionnel

English → German - traditional

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adj. traditionell

English → Indonesian - traditional

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a. tradisional, adati, biasa

English → Italian - traditional

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agg. tradizionale

English → Polish - traditional

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a. tradycyjny

English → Portuguese - traditional

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adj. tradicional

English → Romanian - traditional

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a. tradiţional

English → Russian - traditional

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прил. традиционный, передаваемый из поколения в поколение, основанный на обычае

English → Turkish - traditional

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s. geleneksel

English → Ukrainian - traditional

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a. традиційний

Romanian → English - traditional

adj. traditional, inveterate, time-honored, time-honoured
adv. traditionally

English → Dutch - traditional

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bn. traditioneel

English → Greek - traditional

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επίθ. πατροπαράδοτος, παραδοσιακός

English → Arabic - traditional

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‏تقليدي، سماعي نقلي‏

English → Chinese - traditional

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(形) 传统的; 因袭的; 惯例的; 口传的, 传说的

English → Chinese - traditional

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(形) 傳統的; 因襲的; 慣例的; 口傳的, 傳說的

English → Hindi - traditional

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a. प्रथावाला, परंपरागत, परंपरा-संबंधी, रूढि़-गत, सनातन

English → Japanese - traditional

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(形) 習慣的な, 伝統の, 習慣に従った; 伝説の

English → Korean - traditional

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형. 전통적인, 관례적인, 관습적인

English → Vietnamese - traditional

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a. thuộc về truyền tyhống

Definition of traditional

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Adjective
1. Of or pertaining to tradition; derived from tradition; communicated from ancestors to descendants by word only; transmitted from age to age without writing; as, traditional opinions; traditional customs; traditional expositions of the Scriptures.
I think her traditional values are antiquated.
2. Observant of tradition; attached to old customs; old-fashioned.
3. In lieu of the name of the composer of a piece of music, whose real name is lost in the mists of time.
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