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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “bear in on/upon”

bear in on/upon

UK formal phrasal verb with bear /beər/ US  /ber/ verb (bore, borne or US ALSO born)
If something is borne in on/upon someone, they are made to understand it
認清,某事被認識到,某人不得不明白
Suddenly it was borne in on him that he was becoming too old to start a new career.
他突然意識到自己已經太老了,不適合開創新的事業。
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(Definition of bear in on/upon from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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