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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “bane”

bane

noun
 
 
/beɪn/
the bane of sth a cause of continuous trouble or unhappiness
禍根,災星,掃把星,(麻煩或不幸的)根源
Keeping noise levels low is the bane of airport administration.
降低噪音一直是個令機場管理部門感到頭痛的難題。
That cat is the bane of my life!
那隻貓簡直是我的掃把星!
Difficult things and peoplePreventing and impeding
(Definition of bane from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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