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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “avenue”

avenue

noun [C] (POSSIBILITY)
可能性
 
 
/ˈæv.ə.njuː/ US  /-nuː/
a method or way of doing something; a possibility
方法;途徑;管道
We should explore/pursue every avenue in the search for an answer to this problem.
我們應該嘗試一切途徑尋求該問題的答案。
Only two avenues are open to us - either we accept his offer or we give up the fight completely.
我們只有兩條路可走——要麼接受他的提議,要麼完全放棄鬥爭。
Possible and probableWays of achieving things
(Definition of avenue noun (POSSIBILITY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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