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(multi-character Chinese words)

a formal religious or public occasion

ceremony (see 1-character Chinese symbols)

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ceremony; formal occasion; grand and formal occasion
formal occasion
grand and formal occasion

wedding; marriage ceremony; ceremony of marriage
marriage ceremony
ceremony of marriage

sado, chado, Japanese tea ceremony
sado, chado
Japanese tea ceremony

worshiping rite; religious festival; sacrificial ceremony; ceremony to offer sacrifices
worshiping rite
religious festival
sacrificial ceremony
ceremony to offer sacrifices

offer sacrifice, worship of ancestors
offer sacrifice
worship of ancestors

funeral; burial; obsequies; funeral service; funeral ceremony
funeral service
funeral ceremony

ceremonious; formal and dignified; grand and ceremonial; solemn, with solemnity
formal and dignified
grand and ceremonial
solemn, with solemnity

apprentice to a master; formally become an apprentice to a master; become a pupil to a master in a solemn ceremony
apprentice to a master
formally become an apprentice to a master
become a pupil to a master in a solemn ceremony


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