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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “protect”

protect

verb
 
 
/prəˈtekt/
[I or T] to keep someone or something safe from injury, damage or loss
保护,防护
clothing that protects you against the cold
御寒的衣服
It's important to protect your skin from the harmful effects of the sun.
保护皮肤不受太阳的伤害是很重要的。
Surely the function of the law is to protect everyone's rights.
法律的作用当然是保护每个人的权利。
Of course the company will act to protect its financial interests in the country if war begins.
如果战争爆发,这个公司当然会采取行动保护它在这个国家的经济利益。
Patients' names have been changed to protect their privacy.
病人的名字被改换了以保护他们的隐私。
Public pressure to protect the environment is strong and growing.
公众要求保护环境的呼声越来越强烈。
Vitamin C may help protect against cancer.
维生素C可能有助于抗癌。
Defending and protectingBacking, supporting and defendingPreserving and saving
[T] If a government protects a part of its country's trade or industry, it helps it by taxing goods from other countries.
对…实行贸易保护
Investing moneyTaxationEconomics and the state of the economy
[T] to provide someone with insurance against injury, damages, etc.
为(某人)提供保险
Insurance
protected
 
 
/prəˈtek.tɪd/ adjective
Dolphins are a protected species (= it is illegal to harm or kill them).
海豚是一种受保护的物种。
Protection and protectorsEnvironmental issuesEnvironmental issuesRubbish and wasteProtection and protectors
(Definition of protect from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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