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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “whoa”

whoa

exclamation
 
 
/wəʊ/ US  /woʊ/
used when telling a horse to stop
吁!(用于喝令马停下)
"Whoa there, Poppy," he said to his pony, and pulled up beside the kerb.
“吁,波皮,”他向自己的小马喝道,扯扯缰绳停在路边。
Horse ridingHorse racing
informal used when telling a person to stop what they are doing or to do it more slowly
且慢;慢点
Yes, carrots please, - whoa! That's plenty.
是的,要些胡萝卜,——好了!这就足够了。
Expressions telling people to stop doing something
(Definition of whoa from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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