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Translation of "axe" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

axe

noun [C] ( US also ax)
 
 
/æks/
a tool used for cutting wood and which consists of a heavy iron or steel blade at the end of a long wooden handle
斧,斧子
Julian used an axe to chop down the old apple tree.
茱利安用斧子砍倒了那棵老蘋果樹。
ToolsGardening tools
the axe UK ( US also the ax) when someone loses their job
解僱;裁員;開除
Over 500 staff are facing the axe at the Nottingham factory.
在諾丁漢的工廠有500多位員工面臨被解僱的命運。
Firing staff and being fired
get the axe UK When a service or plan gets the axe, it is stopped or prevented from happening
(業務、計劃等)被取消,被撤銷,被砍掉
Religious programmes will be the first to get the axe if she's put in charge of the station.
如果她負責電台工作,宗教節目將首先被刪掉。
Starting, succeeding and failing in business
Translations of “axe”
in Arabic بَلْطة…
in Korean 도끼…
in Malaysian kapak…
in French hache…
in Turkish balta…
in Italian ascia…
in Russian топор…
in Polish siekiera, topór…
in Vietnamese cái rìu…
in Spanish hacha…
in Portuguese machado…
in Thai ขวาน…
in German die Axt…
in Catalan destral…
in Japanese (木を切る)おの…
in Indonesian kapak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 斧,斧子…
(Definition of axe noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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