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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “occasion”

occasion

noun [C]
 
 
/əˈkeɪ.ʒən/
a particular time, especially when something happens or has happened
(尤指某事发生的)时刻,时候
We met on several occasions to discuss the issue.
我们几次会面讨论这个问题。
I've heard him be rude to her on a number of occasions.
我有好几次听到他对她说话很粗鲁。
I seem to remember that on that occasion he was with his wife.
我好像记得那一次他和她的妻子在一起。
Points in timeCelebrations, parties and special occasionsSpecific holidays and festivals
a special or formal event
特殊场合;重大活动;盛会
Sara's party was quite an occasion - there were over a hundred people there.
萨拉的聚会真是一次盛会——有一百多人参加。
At the wedding he sang a song specially written for the occasion.
婚礼上,他演唱了一首专门为这次婚礼创作的歌曲。
I have a suit but I only wear it on special occasions.
我有一套西服,不过我只在特殊的场合才穿。
The coronation of a new king is, of course, a historic occasion.
新国王的加冕典礼当然是一个历史性事件。
Congratulations on the occasion of your wedding anniversary.
在你们结婚纪念日之际谨致祝贺。
Events and occurrencesAccidents and disastersCelebrations, parties and special occasionsSpecific holidays and festivals
formal an opportunity or reason for doing something or for something to happen
时机,机会;原因,理由
The 200th anniversary of Mozart's death was the occasion for hundreds of special films, books and concerts.
为纪念莫扎特逝世200周年,出现了数以百计的专题电影、书籍及音乐会。
An occasion may arise when you can use your knowledge of French.
可能有机会让你用用法语。
The bride took/used the occasion to make a short speech.
新娘利用这个机会简短地讲了几句。
Opportunity Freedom to act
on occasion sometimes, but not often
有时;偶尔,间或
He has, on occasion, made a small mistake.
他有时犯点小错误。
Rarely and infrequently
(Definition of occasion noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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