- trading estate,
- trading floor,
- trading post,
- trading stamp,
- traditional logic,
- traditional marriage,
- traditional option,
- traditional policy,
- traditional weapon
Origin of traditional
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Traditionally, popular history is almost purely driven by narrative.
Traditionally, the community has eschewed visitors and strangers to their towns, and strictly forbade outside marriage.
A few minor notes, born of reflection: Traditionally, the best columns are dominated by politics—its most popular topic.
The Newsroom is over, newsrooms as we traditionally understand them are rapidly declining, and New Media is here to stay.A Few Great Men Too Many: Aaron Sorkin Doesn’t Think You Can Handle the Truth|Arthur Chu|December 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At an event about traditionally Jewish food, I initially expected a little more awareness of kosher restrictions.
When next we meet this phrase it is with this writer, who seeks to supersede what Moses (traditionally) built up.Demonology and Devil-lore|Moncure Daniel Conway
The lofty spur of the Chiltern Hills which overhangs the church of Ellsborough is traditionally the site of his tomb.Early Britain--Roman Britain|Edward Conybeare
To his horror, Dal discovered that the first planetary stop-over was traditionally a hazing stop.Star Surgeon|Alan Nourse
The name was traditionally derived from Cephalus, the Attic hero who was regarded as having colonized the island.
It is traditionally the birthplace of St Patrick, 798 whose father is said to have acted there as a Roman magistrate.
c.1600, from tradition + -al (1). In reference to jazz, from 1950. Slang trad, short for trad(itional jazz) is recorded from 1956; its general use for "traditional" is recorded from 1963. Related: Traditionally.