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Translation of "protection" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

protection

noun [U]     /prəˈtek.ʃən/
the act of protecting or state of being protected 保护;受保护 Their flimsy tent gave/offered little protection against the severe storm. 他们薄薄的帐篷几乎无法抵挡狂风暴雨的袭击。 Round-the-clock police protection is given to all senior politicians. 对所有的高层政界人士都采取了24小时的警力保护。 New legislation still does not offer adequate protection for many endangered species. 新的法律还是没有给许多濒临灭绝的物种提供充分的保护。 Always wear goggles as a protection for your eyes when using the machines. 使用这些机器时要时刻戴好护目镜以保护眼睛。 The insurance policy provides protection (= will make a financial payment) in case of accidental loss of life or serious injury. 这份保险单为意外死亡或重伤提供保险。 Protection and protectorsEnvironmental issues
informal for protection money 保护费 Forms of money and methods of payment
a condom (= thin rubber covering for the penis) used as a way of preventing pregnancy or the spread of disease 避孕套 Did you use any protection? 你用了避孕套吗? Contraception
Translations of “protection”
in Korean 방어, 보호…
in Arabic حِماية…
in Portuguese proteção…
in Catalan protecció…
in Japanese 保護, 予防…
in Italian protezione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 保護, 受保護, 保護費…
(Definition of protection noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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