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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “ask”

ask

verb [I or T] (QUESTION)
问题
 
 
/ɑːsk/ US  /æsk/
to put a question to someone, or to request an answer from someone
问,询问;请求,征求
[+ two objects] She asked me a question.
她问了我一个问题。
Can I ask you a favour?/formal Can I ask a favour of you?
你可以帮我个忙吗?
She asked a question about Welsh history.
她问了一个有关威尔士历史的问题。
She asked me about Welsh history.
她问我有关威尔士历史的问题。
She asked about Welsh history.
她问了有关威尔士历史的问题。
[+ question word] I've no idea what time the train leaves. Ask the guard whether he knows.
我不知道火车什么时候开,问问列车长是否知道。
I asked the guard the time of the train's departure.
我问了问列车长火车的离站时间。
I asked when the train would leave.
我问了问火车什么时候开。
[+ speech] "What time does the train leave?" I asked.
“火车什么时候开?”我问道。
If you need any help, please don't hesitate to ask.
如果有需要帮忙的地方,请尽管说。
You should ask (your accountant) for some financial advice.
你应该(向你的会计师)征求财务方面的建议。
[+ to infinitive] You should ask your accountant to give you some financial advice.
你应该让你的会计师给你一些财务方面的建议。
I asked to see my accountant.
我要求见我的会计师。
I'd like to ask your advice/opinion on a financial matter.
我遇到一个财务方面的问题,想听听你的建议/意见。
You have to ask permission to leave.
你必须征得许可方能离开。
[+ that] formal The solicitor asked that her client (should) be allowed to make a telephone call.
律师要求允许她的当事人打个电话。
formal We ask that any faulty goods (should) be returned in their original packaging.
我们要求凡有质量问题的货物都装回原包装内退回。
Questioning people and asking questions in generalCuriositySuspecting and questioning
(Definition of ask verb (QUESTION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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