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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “year”

year

noun
 
 
/jɪər/ US  /jɪr/
[C] a period of twelve months, especially from January 1st to December 31st
年,年份,(尤指一月一日至12月三十一日间的)一年时间
Annette worked in Italy for two years.
安妮特在意大利工作了两年。
1988 was one of the worst years of my life.
1988年是我生命中最糟糕的年份之一。
We went to Egypt on holiday last year.
我们去年去埃及度假了。
At this time of year the beaches are almost deserted.
一年之中的这个时候,海滩几乎空寂无人。
This species keeps its leaves all (the) year (round) (= through the year).
这一品种常年不落叶。
Specific periods of timeYears and yearly
[C] a period of twelve months relating to a particular activity
(与某一活动有关的)一年,年度
The financial/tax year begins in April.
财政/纳税年度从4月份开始。
Years and yearly
[C] the part of the year, in a school or university, during which courses are taught
学年
the academic/school year
学年
She's now in her final/first/second year at Manchester University.
她眼下在曼彻斯特大学读毕业班/一年级/二年级。
Specific periods of timeSchools in general
[C + sing/pl verb] UK a group of students who start school, college, university or a course together
年级
Kathy was in the year above me at college.
上大学时凯西比我高一届。
Students and pupils
(Definition of year noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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