- a. traditional
- 1.From the outset they made some untraditional choices: the university would be coeducational, in a time when most were all-male;
- 2.The difference lies in the fact that Chinese has more loanwords but few new single characters, and meanwhile untraditional Chinese characters have also found their places in …
- 3.So among the musics in modern concerts , many composers pursue the novelty of music by the way of breaking free from convention and making it untraditional, which limited the musical receivers.
- 1.not conforming to or in accord with tradition
- 非传统性的; 非传统; 非传统 性的;