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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “approval”

approval

noun [U] (GOOD OPINION)
好的看法
 
 
/əˈpruː.vəl/
when you have a positive opinion of someone or something
贊成;同意;稱許
He showed his approval by smiling broadly.
他持贊成的態度,這從他開心的微笑就看得出來。
Alan is someone who always needs the approval of other people.
艾倫這個人做甚麼事都希望得到別人的讚許。
Sam always tried hard to win his father's approval.
薩姆總是盡一切努力去贏得父親的讚賞。
formal Does the wine meet with your approval (= Do you like the wine)?
這酒合您的口味嗎?
Approving and approvalAccepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantly
on approval If you buy something on approval, you can return it without payment if it is not satisfactory.
(商品)試用,不滿意可退貨
Buying
(Definition of approval noun (GOOD OPINION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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