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convention /kənˈvenʃən/ noun


ائین قراردادی ، قرارداد ، عهدنامه ، همایش ، هم ایی ، پیمان نامه ، انجمن ، مجمع ، میثاق ، عرف ، قرار داد ، کامپیوتر: قرارداد ، قانون ـ فقه: معاهده ، باره مسائل حزبی ناحیه ای ، روانشناسی: عرف ، بازرگانی: کنوانسیون
مهندسی صنایع: مالی: قرارداد-تعهد الکترونیک: قرارداد ، کامپیوتر: معاهده ، فقهی: باره مسایل حزبی ناحیه ای ، حقوق: ایین قراردادی ، قرارداد ، عهدنامه ، کنوانسیون ، بازرگانی: میثاق ، عرف ، روانشناسی: همایش ، هم ایی ، پیمان نامه ، انجمن ، مجمع ، میثاق ، عرف ، قرار داد کامپیوتر: قرارداد

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

convention
[noun]
Synonyms:
- custom, code, etiquette, practice, propriety, protocol, tradition, usage
- agreement, bargain, contract, pact, protocol, treaty
- assembly, conference, congress, convocation, council, meeting
Related Words: accord, understanding, canon, law, precept, rule, custom, practice
English Thesaurus: meeting, conference, convention, rally, summit, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

convention W2 AC /kənˈvenʃən/ noun
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: French; Origin: Latin conventio, from convenire; convenient]

1. [countable] a large formal meeting for people who belong to the same profession or organization or who have the same interests:
a teachers’ convention
the city’s new convention center
a convention for science fiction fans

2. [countable] a formal agreement, especially between countries, about particular rules or behaviour Synonym : pact, treaty
convention on
the European convention on human rights

3. [uncountable and countable] behaviour and attitudes that most people in a society consider to be normal and right Synonym : custom:
Playing together teaches children social conventions such as sharing.
They defied the conventions of the time by living together without being married.
by convention
By convention, the bride’s father gives her away at her wedding.

4. [countable] a method or style often used in literature, art, the theatre etc to achieve a particular effect:
the conventions of the 19th-century novel

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

convention
noun
I. way sth is done
ADJ. accepted, established, long-standing, old, traditional, well-established It's an established convention that the part of the prince is played by a woman.
normal, standard, usual | polite Her work refuses any concession to polite conventions of ‘good taste’.
arbitrary | rigid, strict | cultural, legal, social the rigid social conventions of Victorian Britain
dramatic, fictional, literary, narrative, operatic, poetic The novel refuses to conform to the narrative conventions of 19th century realism.
orthographic, punctuation, rhetorical
QUANT. set
VERB + CONVENTION adhere to, conform to, follow, keep to, observe They followed the Greek convention of pinning gifts of money to the bride's dress.
be bound by, be hidebound by Life with the Leighs was not hidebound by rules or convention.
break (with), cut through, defy, flout She knew that she had broken an important social convention. He had the freedom of spirit to cut through convention. No young politician can afford to flout convention in this way.
CONVENTION + VERB demand sth, dictate sth Convention dictated that dangerous physical action is the part of heroes, not heroines.
PREP. according to/by ~ By convention, the Queen gives the Royal Assent to all measures passed by Parliament.
PHRASES a break with convention In a surprising break with convention, she wore a red wedding dress.
a matter of convention

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

convention
II. conference
ADJ. annual | international, national | Democratic, Republican, etc. | careers, constitutional, party, political A constitutional convention was elected to try to agree on a new form of government.
VERB + CONVENTION arrange, have, hold, organize | attend, go to | address He addressed the annual Republican convention.
CONVENTION + VERB take place
CONVENTION + NOUN centre | delegate
PREP. at a/the ~ She was at the Democratic convention.
PHRASES delegates to a convention

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

convention
III. international agreement
ADJ. global, international | European, UN/United Nations, etc. | climate, human rights, etc. | draft
VERB + CONVENTION adopt, ratify, sign Over 60 countries have yet to ratify the climate convention.
adhere to, comply with Most countries have adhered to the convention.
breach This practice breaches the arms convention.
CONVENTION + VERB apply, govern sth a convention governing the conditions under which mining is permitted
establish sth The convention established procedures for the transport of toxic waste.
ban sth
PREP. under a/the ~ This is forbidden under the European Convention on Human Rights.
~ between the 1869 convention between Turkey and Persia
~ for the Berne Convention for the Conservation of European Wildlife
~ on the 1951 United Nations Convention on refugees
PHRASES a breach of a convention

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

convention

a social/cultural convention
Each society has its own cultural conventions.
an established convention (=one that has been used for a long time)
There are established conventions for how you should end a letter.
an accepted convention
Saying 'thank you' and 'please' is an accepted convention.
defy convention (=not do what is accepted or normal)
At the time she was defying convention by living with a man.
follow convention (=do what is accepted and normal)
If everyone followed convention, the world would be a boring place.
conform to/adhere to convention formal (=do what is accepted and normal)
He’d always chosen not to conform to convention.
flout convention (=deliberately not do what is accepted or normal)
I was determined to flout convention when it came to the funeral arrangements.
a set of conventions
In the East you will have to learn a different set of conventions.
rules and conventions
Rules and conventions permeate the whole of social life.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

Convention
See: International Agreements

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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