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999

    /ˌnaɪn.naɪnˈnaɪn/
the telephone number used in Britain to call the emergency services 999 (英國的緊急求救電話號碼) a hoax 999 call 打999報假案及搞惡作劇 There's been an accident - dial 999 and ask for an ambulance. 發生事故了,快撥999叫救護車。 Emergency services in general
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in Chinese (Simplified) 999 (英国的紧急求救电话号码)…
(Definition of 999 from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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