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important

adjective
 
 
/ɪmˈpɔː.tənt/ US  /-ˈpɔːr.t̬ənt/
necessary or of great value
必需的;重要的;珍贵的
I think his career is more important to him than I am.
我觉得对他而言,我不如他的事业重要。
It's important for children to learn to get on with each other.
孩子们必须学会彼此友好相处。
The important thing is to keep the heat low or the sugar will burn.
重要的是热度要低,否则糖就会烧焦。
He's not amazingly handsome, but he's nice and that's more important.
他并不十分英俊,但他人很好,那才是更重要的。
→  Opposite unimportant Very important or urgent
having great effect or influence
重大的;很有影响的
He was one of the most important writers of that period.
他是那个时期最具影响力的作家之一。
an important person/decision
重要人物/决定
Very important or urgent
importantly
 
 
/ɪmˈpɔː.tənt.li/ US  /-ˈpɔːr.t̬ənt-/ adverb
If we served more soft drinks, there would be fewer hangovers and, more importantly, fewer drink-driving incidents.
如果我们多上些软饮料,就会少一些宿醉,更重要的是,酒后驾车也会少一些。
Very important or urgent
Translations of “important”
in Arabic مُهِمّ…
in Korean 중요한, 영향력이 큰…
in Malaysian penting…
in French important…
in Turkish önemli, faydalı, gerekli…
in Italian importante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 必需的, 重要的, 珍貴的…
in Russian важный, значительный, влиятельный…
in Polish ważny…
in Vietnamese quan trọng…
in Spanish importante…
in Portuguese importante…
in Thai สำคัญ…
in German wichtig…
in Catalan important…
in Japanese 大切な, 地位の高い…
in Indonesian penting…
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