- I(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)adj. conventional, customary, formal. See conformity.II(Roget's IV) modif.1. [Handed down orally]Syn. folkloric, legendary, mythical, epical, ancestral, unwritten, balladic, told, handed down, fabulous, anecdotal, proverbial, inherited, folkloristic.2. [Generally accepted]Syn. old, acknowledged, customary, habitual, widespread, usual, widely used, popular, acceptable, established, fixed, sanctioned, universal, doctrinal, disciplinary, taken for granted, immemorial, rooted, classical, prescribed, conventional; see also common 1 , regular 3 .III(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) a.customary, conventional, habitual, handed down, established, practiced, institutional, accustomed, fixed, classic, orthodox, time-honored, familial, historic.ANT.: new, untried, unconventionalIV(Roget's Thesaurus II) adjective Conforming to established practice or standards: button-down, conformist, conventional, establishmentarian, orthodox, straight. Slang: square. See USUAL.
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tradiţional — TRADIŢIONÁL, Ă, tradiţionali, e, adj. Care s a păstrat prin tradiţie, care ţine de tradiţie, întemeiat pe tradiţie. [pr.: ţi o ] – Din fr. traditionnel. Trimis de claudia, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98 Tradiţional ≠ netradiţional Trimis de siveco,… … Dicționar Român
Traditional — Tra*di tion*al, a. [Cf. F. traditionnel, LL. traditionalis.] 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; … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Traditional — [englisch/amerikanisch, trə dɪʃnl], überlieferte »traditionelle« Melodie unbekannten Ursprungs, meist aus der Volksmusiktradition. Bei deren Verwendung als Grundlage für einen neuen Titel erscheint die Angabe traditional anstelle des… … Universal-Lexikon
traditional — (dj.) c.1600, from TRADITION (Cf. tradition) + AL (Cf. al) (1). In reference to jazz, from 1950. Slang trad, short for trad(itional jazz) is recorded from 1956; its general use for traditional is recorded from 1963. Related: Traditionally … Etymology dictionary
traditional — I adjective accepted, acknowledged, ancestral, classic, classical, common, confirmed, conformable, consuetudinal, consuetudinary, conventional, customary, established, fixed, habitual, handed down, historic, historical, ingrained, inherited,… … Law dictionary
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traditional — tra|di|tion|al [ trə dıʃənl ] adjective usually before noun *** 1. ) relating to or based on very old customs, beliefs, or stories: All the dancers and musicians wore traditional costume. traditional Mediterranean cooking 2. ) typical of the… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English