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ask

verb [I or T] (QUESTION) 問題     /ɑːsk/ US  /æsk/
to put a question to someone, or to request an answer from someone 問,詢問;請求,徵求 [+ two objects] She asked me a question. 她向我問一個問題。 Can I ask you a favour?/ formal Can I ask a favour of you? 你可以幫我一個忙嗎? She asked a question about Welsh history. 她問了一個關於威爾士歷史的問題。 She asked me about Welsh history. 她問我有關威爾士歷史的問題。 She asked about Welsh history. 她問了有關威爾士歷史的問題。 [+ question word] I've no idea what time the train leaves. Ask the guard whether he knows. 我不知道火車甚麼時候開,問問車長是否知道。 I asked the guard the time of the train's departure. 我問了問車長火車的離站時間。 I asked when the train would leave. 我問了問火車甚麼時候開。 [+ speech] "What time does the train leave?" I asked. 「火車甚麼時候開?」我問道。 If you need any help, please don't hesitate to ask. 如果有需要幫忙的地方,請儘管說。 You should ask (your accountant) for some financial advice. 你應該(向你的會計師)徵求財務方面的建議。 [+ to infinitive] You should ask your accountant to give you some financial advice. 你應該向你的會計師查詢一些財務方面的建議。 I asked to see my accountant. 我要求見我的會計師。 I'd like to ask your advice/opinion on a financial matter. 我遇到一個財務方面的問題,想聽聽你的建議/意見。 You have to ask permission to leave. 你必須徵得許可方能離開。 [+ that] formal The solicitor asked that her client (should) be allowed to make a telephone call. 律師要求允許她的當事人打個電話。 formal We ask that any faulty goods (should) be returned in their original packaging. 我們要求凡有質量問題的貨物都裝回原包裝內退回。 Questioning people and asking questions in generalCuriositySuspecting and questioning
(Definition of ask verb (QUESTION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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