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1ceremony

英['seriməni]美['sɛrə,moni]
n.
1.[C] 典禮;儀式
2.[U] 禮節;禮儀;客套
n.
1.[C] 典禮;儀式
2.[U] 禮節;禮儀;客套
復 數:ceremonies
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The association honours authors who make the biggest impact on their business, and comedian Ricky Gervais spoke at the Brighton ceremony.
圖書銷售商協會旨在表彰對圖書銷售貢獻最大的作家,喜劇演員里奇·格威斯在布賴頓舉行的頒獎典禮上祝詞。When she was made to wait in the plane on the Saudi tarmac while Abdullah was treated to a pomp filled welcoming ceremony, the queen didn't complain. 當她丈夫阿卜杜拉接受隆重的歡迎儀式時,她卻被迫等候在沙烏地阿拉伯機場的飛機上,不過她對此並無怨言。An ancient Roman victory ceremony of somewhat less importance than a triumph.
小凱旋式古羅馬歡迎將士凱旋歸來的儀式,隆重程度稍次於凱旋式。 But what did we witness in the great pandal in which the foundation ceremony was performed by the viceroy
但總督主持的奠基大典上我們看到的又是什麼。Teaceremony (Japanese chado orcha-no-yu ):Ritualized preparation and drinking of tea developed in Japan.
茶道:流行於日本的準備儀式以及喝茶

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名詞解釋:
a formal event performed on a special occasiona ceremony commemorating Pearl Harbor[同] observance, ceremonial, ceremonial occasion, ceremony
any activity that is performed in an especially solemn elaborate or formal waythe ceremony of smelling the cork and tasting the wine he makes a ceremony of addressing his golf ball he disposed of it without ceremony
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