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Translation of "added" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

added

adjective     /ˈæd.ɪd/
extra 額外的,附加的,添加的 He had the added disadvantage of being the only man present. 他是出席的唯一男性,這就更加使他處於劣勢。 She lost her job last week, and now added to that she's pregnant again. 她上周剛丟了工作,現在她又懷孕了,更是雪上加霜。 Also, extra, and in addition
Translations of “added”
in Chinese (Simplified) 额外的,附加的,添加的…
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