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Translation of "spend" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

spend

verb [I or T] (MONEY)     /spend/ (spent)
to give money as a payment for something 花费;用,花(钱) How much did you spend? 你花了多少钱? I don't know how I managed to spend so much in the pub last night. 我不知道昨晚在酒吧怎么会花了这么多钱。 We spent a fortune when we were in New York. 我们在纽约花了一大笔钱。 She spends a lot of money on clothes. 她在衣服上花销很大。 We've just spent £1.9 million on improving our computer network. 我们刚花了190万英镑改进我们的计算机网络系统。 We went on a spending spree (= We bought a lot of things) on Saturday. 我们周六疯狂购物。 Paying and spending money
(Definition of spend verb (MONEY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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