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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “distance”

distance

noun (SPACE)
空间
 
 
/ˈdɪs.tənts/
[C or U] the amount of space between two places
距离,路程
What's the distance between Madrid and Barcelona/from Madrid to Barcelona?
马德里和巴塞罗那相距有多远?
He travels quite a distance (= a long way) to work every day.
他每天上班的路途很远。
Does she live within walking distance of her parents?
从她的住处到父母家可以走着去吗?
Measurements in general
at/from a distance from a place that is not near
从远处,自远处
From a distance he looks a bit like James Bond.
从远处看他有点儿像詹姆斯‧邦德。
Distant in space and time
in the distance at a point which is far away
在远处
On a clear day you can see the temple in the distance.
在晴朗的日子里,远处的庙宇清晰可见。
Distant in space and time
(Definition of distance noun (SPACE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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