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noun [C] (REACTION)
反应
 
 
/ˈɑːnt.sər/ US  /ˈænt.sɚ/
a reaction to a question, letter, telephone call, etc.
回答;作答;答应;答复;答案
The Minister promised to give a written answer to the MP's detailed question.
对于议员提出的那个涉及很多细节的问题,部长答应给予书面答复。
We've written to him asking him if he's free on that date but we haven't had an answer yet.
我们已经去信问他那天是否有空,但还没有收到回信。
I've just rung him but there was no answer.
我刚给他打过电话,但没人接。
I didn't realise we had to write each answer on a new sheet of paper.
我没有意识到我们得把每一道题的答案写在另一张纸上。
I got eight correct answers and two wrong ones in last week's exam.
上周考试,我做对了八道题,做错了两道。
In answer to your letter of May 30th, I am writing to accept your offer of £3575 in compensation.
兹复贵方5月30日来函,今特告我方接受贵方3575英镑赔偿金的提议。
Answering and responding
(Definition of answer noun (REACTION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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