thing noun (IDEA/EVENT) translate to Mandarin Chinese

Translation of "thing" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary


[C] used to refer in an approximate way to an idea, subject, event, action,
That was an unkind thing to say.
I've got so many things to do I don't know where to start.
Your information is correct but you left out one thing.
"What's the matter?" "It's this insurance thing. I'm really worried about it."
Objects - general words
the thing [C] the exact fact, object, idea, event,
Your letter has told me precisely the thing I needed to know.
Information and messages
the real thing something which is not false or a copy
The fire alarm goes off accidentally so often that when it's the real thing (= when it really does happen) nobody will take any notice.
Reality and truth
the same thing the same
Training isn't the same thing as education.
Similar and the sameDescribing people with the same qualities
the whole thing everything that has been planned or discussed
Let's call the whole thing off.
I want to forget the whole thing.
Something, anything, nothing, and everything
above all things more than everything else
I value my freedom above all things.
Large in number or quantity
in all things in every situation or subject; in everything
Be true to yourself in all things.
Expressions used to describe situations
if there's one thing I want to know/find out, etc. said before describing what it is that you especially want to know or discover,
If there's one thing I want to know, it's where he goes on Thursday afternoons.
(Definition of thing noun (IDEA/EVENT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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