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angel

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈeɪn.dʒəl/
a good spiritual creature in stories or some religions, usually represented as a human with wings
天使
According to the Bible, an angel told Mary that she would have God's son, Jesus.
据《圣经》所述,一位天使告知马利亚她将生下上帝之子耶稣。
Angels
someone who is very good, helpful or kind
(善良、乐于助人的)安琪儿;善人;仁慈的人
Be an angel and help me with this.
行个好,帮我把这个做了。
People having good qualities
[as form of address] used when speaking to someone you like very much and know very well
(用来称呼非常喜爱和熟悉的人)小天使,宝贝,乖乖
What's the matter, angel?
怎么啦,宝贝?
Come along, my angels, time for bed.
来吧,我的宝贝们,该睡觉了。
Affectionate terms of address
Translations of “angel”
in Spanish ángel…
in Arabic مَلاك…
in Korean 천사…
in Portuguese anjo…
in French ange…
in German der Engel…
in Catalan àngel…
in Japanese 天使…
in Russian ангел, добрейшее существо…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天使, (善良、樂於助人的)安琪兒, 善人…
in Italian angelo…
in Turkish melek, melek gibi kişi, çok iyi insan…
in Polish anioł…
(Definition of angel from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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