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Translation of "apply" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

apply

verb [T] (USE)     /əˈplaɪ/
to make use of something or use it for a practical purpose 使用,運用,應用 He wants a job in which he can apply his foreign languages. 他想找一份可以用到他的多門外語知識的工作。 The court heard how the driver had failed to apply his brakes in time. 法庭聽司機陳述了他如何沒能及時刹車的原委。 If you apply pressure to a cut it's meant to stop the bleeding. 如果你按壓住傷口,就會止住流血。 Using and misusing
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