简明英汉词典

ritual
[5ritjuEl]
n.
典礼, (宗教)仪式, 礼节
adj.
典礼的, (宗教)仪式的

美国传统词典[双解]

ritual
rit.u.al
AHD:[r1ch“?-…l]
D.J.[6rit.u8*l]
K.K.[6r!t.u*l]
n.(名词)

(1)

The prescribed order of a religious ceremony.
仪式程序:宗教仪式的指定秩序

(2)

The body of ceremonies or rites used in a place of worship.
宗教仪式:用于祭祀场所的礼仪或仪式的主体部分

(3)

The prescribed form of conducting a formal secular ceremony:
典礼:举行正式非宗教典礼的指定形式:
the ritual of an inauguration.
就职典礼

(4)

The body of ceremonies used by a fraternal organization.
(兄弟会的)宗教仪式:被兄弟会组织使用的仪式的主体部分

(5)

A book of rites or ceremonial forms.
仪式书,典礼书:关于礼仪或仪式形式的书籍

(6)

rituals
rituals

(7)

A ceremonial act or a series of such acts.
正式的仪式:仪式举行的活动或一系列此类活动

(8)

The performance of such acts.
仪式的举行:这些活动的举行

(9)

A detailed method of procedure faithfully or regularly followed:
例行公事,老规矩,习惯:忠实地或规律地遵守详细的程序方法:
My household chores have become a morning ritual.
家务已经成了我早晨的例行公事

(10)

A state or condition characterized by the presence of established procedure or routine:
惯例,一成不变:一种状态或情势,以已有的秩序或惯例的出现为特征:
“Prison was a ritual—reenacted daily, year in, year out. Prisoners came and went; generations came and went; and yet the ritual endured”(William H. Hallahan)
“监狱总是一成不变——每天都有新的角色扮演,今年进来,明年出去。犯人来了又走了;一代又一代人来了又走了;尽管法令是保持不变的”(威廉H.哈勒汉)

语源

(1)

From Latin ro3lis} [of rites]
源自 拉丁语 ro3lis} [礼仪的]

(2)

from ros [rite] * see rite
源自 ros [仪式,礼仪] *参见 rite

继承用法

ritually
adv.(副词)

现代英汉词典

ritual
[5rItFJEl]
n.
例行仪式;例行习惯

词性变化

ritual
adj.

(1)

仪式的,典礼的

(2)

通常的,习惯的

现代英汉综合大辞典

ritual
[5ritjuEl]
adj.
典礼的; (宗教)仪式的
ritual murder
杀人祭神(以人为牺牲)
a ritual dance
作为仪式一部分的舞蹈

词性变化

ritual
[5ritjuEl]
n.
仪式; 典礼

继承用法

ritualism
n.
教会仪式, 仪式主义[学]

ritualist
[`rItjJElIst,-tFJ-]
n.
精通仪式的人; 仪式主义者

英文相关词典

ritual
ceremony    exercise    formality    service    

美国传统词典

ritual
rit.u.al
AHD:[r1ch“?-…l]
D.J.[6rit.u8*l]
K.K.[6r!t.u*l]
n.

(1)

The prescribed order of a religious ceremony.

(2)

The body of ceremonies or rites used in a place of worship.

(3)

The prescribed form of conducting a formal secular ceremony:
the ritual of an inauguration.

(4)

The body of ceremonies used by a fraternal organization.

(5)

A book of rites or ceremonial forms.

(6)

rituals

(7)

A ceremonial act or a series of such acts.

(8)

The performance of such acts.

(9)

A detailed method of procedure faithfully or regularly followed:
My household chores have become a morning ritual.

(10)

A state or condition characterized by the presence of established procedure or routine:
“Prison was a ritual—reenacted daily, year in, year out. Prisoners came and went; generations came and went; and yet the ritual endured”(William H. Hallahan)

语源

(1)

From Latin ro3lis} [of rites]

(2)

from ros [rite] * see rite

继承用法

ritually
adv.

英汉心理学大词典

ritual
仪式

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