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  • EN [ kənˈvenʃn]
  • US [ kənˈvenʃn]

English definition


  • 1. a large formal assembly;

    • "political convention"
  • 2. something regarded as a normative example;

    • "the convention of not naming the main character"
    • "violence is the rule not the exception"
    • "his formula for impressing visitors"
  • 3. (diplomacy) an international agreement

  • 4. orthodoxy as a consequence of being conventional

  • 5. the act of convening

Example sentences

  • He was delegated to the convention.

  • Japan has signed a convention of peace with a neighbouring country.

  • It is context and convention that determine whether a term will be interpreted literally or metaphorically.

  • HKBU ( Hong Kong Baptist University ) was founded by the Baptist Convention of Hong Kong in 1956 as the Hong Kong Baptist College.

  • The Convention of Peking in 1860 , which ended the hostilities, provided for its outright cession.

  • They met at an annual convention in New York.

  • Convention dictates that a minister should resign in such a situation.

  • Japan has signed a convention of peace with a neighboring country.

  • By convention the deputy leader was always a woman.

  • The action is an open violation of the Vienna Convention.

  • Houston was chosen as the site for the convention.

  • The Convention set down rules for deciding which country should deal with an asylum request.

  • The film was shown to gasps of rapture at the Democratic Convention.

  • The governor has enjoyed a huge surge in the polls in the wake of last week's convention.

  • The Democrat convention has set the scene for a ferocious election campaign this autumn.

  • Since the Convention was drawn up international opinion has begun to move against it.

  • After the war, a convention was set up to frame a constitution.

  • Despite her wish to defy convention, she had become pregnant and married at 21.

  • It's obviously important to get as much mileage out of the convention as possible.

  • The convention does not apply to us.

  • Moderates are putting it about that people shouldn't take the things said at the Republican Convention too seriously.

  • He's determined to speak at the Democratic Convention.

  • The country appears to be violating several articles of the convention.

  • The National Convention has promised armed support to any people who wish to rise against armed oppression.

  • Freed from the bonds of convention and the fear of what others may think, the mind responds with new solutions.

  • The world of advertising is obviously less bound by convention than the world of banking.

  • Back in the Fifties, social convention required that males models keep their kit on.

  • We go offstage and come back for the convention of the encore.

Synonym discrimination

  • agreement, contract, treaty, convention, bargain, understanding, accord

  • conference, congress, assembly, meeting, rally, council, session, convention, gathering

  • habit, custom, manners, usage, practice, convention, tradition

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