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Dictionary French English: [tradition]

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sociol. populaire {adj} [tradition]folk
Verbs
conserver qc. [tradition]to stick with sth. [retain]
relancer qc. [idée, tradition]to revive sth.
reprendre qc. [pièce, tradition]to revive sth. [play, tradition]
respecter qc. [tradition]to keep sth. [tradition]
respecter qc. [tradition]to observe sth. [tradition]
respecter qc. [tradition]to preserve sth. [tradition]
2 Words
relig. judéo-chrétien {adj}Judaeo-Christian [Br.] [the common tradition]
relig. judéo-chrétien {adj}Judeo-Christian [Am.] [the common tradition]
déroger à qc. [habitude, convention, loi, règle, tradition]to deviate from sth.
déroger à qc. [habitude, convention, loi, règle, tradition]to differ from sth.
déroger à qc. [habitude, convention, loi, règle, tradition]to be different from sth.
first-foot {m}first-foot [tradition in N. England and Scotland: first person to enter the home of a household on New Year's Day]
3 Words
se détacher de qc. [tradition, genre]to break away from sth.
tomber en désuétude [tradition]to fall into disuse
pol. concert {m} de casseroles [aussi : casserolade][banging of pots and pans - a way of protesting which has a long tradition in France]
transmission {f} de qc. [tradition, secret, culture] qn.)passing on of sth. (to sb.)
4 Words
être remis à l'honneur [tradition, usage]to regain favour
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