English to German Meaning :: traditional

Traditional :
traditionell
- traditionell
 
Facebook Twitter Linkedin Gmail Share More

Show English Meaning
(+)

Adjective(1)

Show Examples
(+)

(1) Always commanding only a tiny military force of Europeans, he depended on negotiations with and use of existing traditional power structures.(2) The Gurkha emphasis on traditional British military values is legendary.(3) A traditional drink is served with the meal: milk mixed with mint and carbonated water.(4) This traditional group of people no longer seems to provoke the interest of the Bulgarian people.(5) Port is a traditional drink to finish a good meal.(6) Now pubs stock a wide range of soft drinks varying from the traditional fizzy drinks to exotic fruit juices like cranberry, mango and passion-fruit.(7) In this context, religion belongs to traditional society, and so the term new religion can be perceived as a contradiction in terms.(8) We had the traditional kids' party, children's party at the White House.(9) His Welsh genes allow him to have a totally different view on life although he hasn't lost any of the traditional Welsh values, including a fondness for sheep.(10) The group seem to be moving further away from traditional jazz solos into a more integrated instrumental sound.(11) Both boys had been sent to piano lessons, and Mike had been given a banjo by their father, who had once had a traditional jazz band.(12) But the restaurant also serves traditional hot and sour soup for Asian guests.(13) The traditional teacher has a careful belief that it is better to start with what is easier and work towards what is more difficult.(14) With 11 musicians playing the best in Dixieland and traditional jazz it should be a night to remember.(15) While America was finishing up its summer of love in 1968, she was born into a very traditional family in the tiny village of Citta di Castello in Umbria.(16) Mention you'd like omakase or you'd like to try some traditional fish or Japanese dishes.
Related Words
(1) traditional dance ::
traditioneller Tanz
(2) traditional medicine ::
traditionelle Medizin
(3) traditional art ::
traditionelle Kunst
Synonyms
Adjective
1. long-established ::
seit langem etablierten
2. customary ::
üblich
3. time-honored ::
altehrwürdige
5. classic ::
klassisch
6. accustomed ::
gewohnt
7. standard ::
Standard
8. regular ::
regulär
9. normal ::
normal
10. conventional ::
konventionell
11. usual ::
gewöhnlich
12. orthodox ::
orthodox
13. habitual ::
gewohnheitsmäßig
14. set ::
einstellen
15. fixed ::
Fest
16. routine ::
Routine
17. ritual ::
Ritual
18. old ::
alt
19. age-old ::
uralt
20. ancestral ::
Ahnen-
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

to buck traditional gender roles
like that.

to buck TRADITIONAL gender roles like that.

The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 17


Trash talk is a traditional component
in all sporting events.

Trash talk is a TRADITIONAL component in all sporting events.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 12


Today is the traditional start
of the fighting season.

Today is the TRADITIONAL start of the fighting season.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 4


Boring and traditional, I\

Boring and TRADITIONAL, I'm afraid. And you?

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 4


The traditional
choice

The TRADITIONAL choice

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 14


English to German Dictionary: traditional

Meaning and definitions of traditional, translation in German language for traditional with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of traditional in German and in English language.

Tags for the entry 'traditional'

What traditional means in German, traditional meaning in German, traditional definition, examples and pronunciation of traditional in German language.

Your Favorite Words
Currently you do not have any favorite word. To make a word favorite you have to click on the heart button.
Your Search History
All Dictionary Links