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orthodox /'ɔ:θədɔks/
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Concise Dictionary
'ɔrθədɑks /'ɔː-
adj.
+of or pertaining to or characteristic of Judaism
+adhering to what is commonly accepted
+of or relating to or characteristic of the Eastern Orthodox Church

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
conformist, accepted, authoritative, authorized, recognized, received, official, standard, prevailing, prevalent, common, regular, popular, ordinary, doctrinal, established, traditional, traditionalist, accustomed, conventional, customary, conservative:
The orthodox view is that he was killed by an assassin acting on his own.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
1 (especially of beliefs or behaviour) generally accepted or approved of; following generally accepted beliefs: orthodox medicine + He is very orthodox in his views.
Antonym: UNORTHODOX
Compare: HETERODOX
2 following closely the traditional beliefs and practices of a religion: an orthodox Jew
3 (Orthodox) belonging to or connected with the Orthodox Church
Collocation Dictionary
adj

VERBS

be
His ideas are all fairly orthodox.

ADV.

highly, strictly, very
This is the strictly orthodox view. I am not a very orthodox kind of counsellor.
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