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discuss

verb [T]     /dɪˈskʌs/
to talk about a subject with someone and tell each other your ideas or opinions 讨论,议论,谈论 The police want to discuss these recent racist attacks with local people. 警方希望与当地人讨论近期发生的种族主义袭击事件。 Debate and discussion
to talk or write about a subject in detail, especially considering different ideas and opinions related to it 论述,阐述 The later chapters discuss the effects on the environment. 后面的几章阐述了对环境产生的影响。 Debate and discussion
Translations of “discuss”
in Arabic يُناقِش…
in Korean 상의하다…
in Malaysian bincang…
in French discuter…
in Turkish tartışmak, görüşmek…
in Italian discutere di…
in Chinese (Traditional) 討論,議論,談論, 論述,闡述…
in Russian обсуждать…
in Polish dyskutować…
in Vietnamese thảo luận…
in Spanish discutir…
in Portuguese discutir, debater…
in Thai ปรึกษาหารือ…
in German diskutieren…
in Catalan parlar de…
in Japanese ~を話し合う…
in Indonesian membicarakan…
(Definition of discuss from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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