简明英汉词典

ceremony
[5serimEni]
n.
典礼, 仪式, 礼节, 报幕员

美国传统词典[双解]

ceremony
cer.e.mo.ny
AHD:[sμr“…-m?”n?]
D.J.[6ser*7mouni8]
K.K.[6sWr*7moni]
n.(名词)
【复数】 cer.e.mo.nies

(1)

A formal act or set of acts performed as prescribed by ritual or custom:
典礼:按礼仪或习俗而举行的正式行为或一系列举动:
a wedding ceremony; the Japanese tea ceremony.
结婚典礼;日本茶道

(2)

A conventional social gesture or act of courtesy:
礼节:传统的交往姿态或礼貌的举动:
the ceremony of shaking hands when introduced.
介绍认识时的握手礼节

(3)

A formal act without intrinsic purpose; an empty form:
客套:没有实质意图的正式举动;虚的形式:
ignored the ceremony of asking for comments and suggestions from other committee members.
对委员会其他成员请求评论和建议的客套话置之不理

(4)

Strict observance of formalities or etiquette:
讲究礼仪:严格遵守繁文缛节或礼节:
The head of state was welcomed with full ceremony.
人们以最高规格的仪式欢迎国家首脑

语源

(1)

Middle English ceremonie
中古英语 ceremonie

(2)

from Latin caerim?a [religious rite]
源自 拉丁语 caerim?a [宗教仪式]

现代英汉词典

ceremony
[5serImEnI]
n.
-nies

(1)

礼仪;典礼
What the old headmaster said at the graduation ceremony dwells in my mind.
老校长在毕业典礼上讲的话一直留在我的脑海里。

(2)

仪式
The marriage ceremony took place in the church.
婚礼在教堂举行。

习惯用语

stand on ceremony
拘于形式;讲究客套(而不亲切)

现代英汉综合大辞典

ceremony
[5serimEni]
n.

(1)

典礼, 仪式

(2)

礼节, 礼仪, 有礼貌的行为

(3)

客套
perform the opening [closing] ceremony
举行开幕[闭幕]式
Master of C-
司仪
They use much ceremony with each other.
他们彼此之间彬彬有礼。

习惯用语

stand on ceremony
讲究礼节, 拘泥礼节, 讲客套

stand upon ceremony
讲究礼节, 拘泥礼节, 讲客套

with ceremony
正式, 隆重

without ceremony
不拘礼节地, 随便地

特殊用法

degree ceremony
大学毕业典礼; 大学授予学位仪式

graduation ceremony
毕业典礼

launching ceremony
下水仪式

prize-awarding ceremony
授奖仪式

victory ceremony
授奖仪式

参考词汇
ceremony     rite     formality    
都含“礼节”、“仪式”的意思

(1)

ceremony 指“正式的, 通常是庄严的宗教或其它庆典中具有特殊形式及程序的礼仪”, 如:
the ceremony of launching a ship
船下水典礼。

(2)

rite 多指“既定的宗教活动或其他庄重的庆典”, 如:
burial rites
葬礼。

(3)

formality 指“正式的活动或习惯中的礼节”, 通常与社交活动有联系, 如:
the formalities of a wedding
结婚典礼。

美国传统词典

ceremony
cer.e.mo.ny
AHD:[sμr“…-m?”n?]
D.J.[6ser*7mouni8]
K.K.[6sWr*7moni]
n.
pl. cer.e.mo.nies

(1)

A formal act or set of acts performed as prescribed by ritual or custom:
a wedding ceremony; the Japanese tea ceremony.

(2)

A conventional social gesture or act of courtesy:
the ceremony of shaking hands when introduced.

(3)

A formal act without intrinsic purpose; an empty form:
ignored the ceremony of asking for comments and suggestions from other committee members.

(4)

Strict observance of formalities or etiquette:
The head of state was welcomed with full ceremony.

语源

(1)

Middle English ceremonie

(2)

from Latin caerim?a [religious rite]

[名词委审定]英汉动物学名词(1996)

ceremony
仪表行为

英汉船舶大词典

ceremony
n.礼仪

英汉法学大词典

ceremony
n.仪式

英汉化学大词典

ceremony
n.仪式

英汉海运大词典

ceremony
典礼

英汉计算机大词典

ceremony
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英汉能源大词典

ceremony
n.仪式

英汉心理学大词典

ceremony
仪式

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