- n. 仪式；礼节；典礼
- [C]典礼,仪式 formal act or series of formal acts performed on a religious or public occasion
- [U]礼节,礼仪 formal display or behavior; formality
a formal event performed on a special occasion;
"a ceremony commemorating Pearl Harbor"
any activity that is performed in an especially solemn elaborate or formal way;
"the ceremony of smelling the cork and tasting the wine"
"he makes a ceremony of addressing his golf ball"
"he disposed of it without ceremony"
the proper or conventional behavior on some solemn occasion;
"an inaugural ceremony"
- The marriage ceremony took place in the church.
- They hold a mystic religious ceremony.
- There's no need for ceremony between friends.
- What the old headmaster said at the graduation ceremony dwells in my mind.
- The ceremony went off without a hitch.
- The closing ceremony was held on the 24th.
- There's no need for ceremony between us.
- abandon a ceremony 取消仪式
- attend a ceremony 出席仪式
- conduct〔hold, perform〕 a ceremony 举行仪式
- observe the ceremony 遵从某一礼仪
- organize a ceremony 组织仪式
- brief ceremony 简单的仪式
- closing ceremony 闭幕式
- signing ceremony 签字仪式
- opening ceremony 开幕式
- traditional ceremony 传统礼仪
- a ceremony of sb's birthday 某人的诞辰仪式
They repeated the ceremonies of the eleventh century in the coronation of the present Queen.出自： R. W. Emerson
It was not until she herself married that she became aware..that this was a ceremony which her parents had never actually undergone.出自： A. N. Wilson