traditional en Inglés

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

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For starters, we ate a traditional Moroccan salad, which resembles other traditional salads from other world cuisines, such as Mexican, for example.
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For example, a lot of them are covered from head to toe to protect themselves from the sun and preserve their traditional and natural white skin tone.
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Furthermore, in Spain, during the summer, in every village there are traditional and popular parties that I have heard of, but many of them were very strange to me and I didn’t understand them very well.
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The small traditional Caribbean food stall opened in 2010.
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You’ll be able to choose from a number of traditional street food dishes from countries like Jamaica, Barbados and Trinidad.
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A principal characteristic is that it has a lot more seeds than traditional tobacco plants.
(Source: Voice of America)
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chicken with lemon (one of my favourites), lamb (one of the more traditional versions) or simply vegetarian (also amongst my favourites).
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In Kenya, the Masai need water for their cattle, a traditional source of wealth.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Immediately after that we said goodbye in the traditional Italian way, with a kiss on both cheeks.
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It is also famous for its traditional shortbread and tartan blankets, and, above all, the national drink of whiskey.
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Sinónimos

1. handed down: unwritten, oral, historic, ancestral, classical
2. conventional: conservative, inherited, common, typical, established, sanctioned



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