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become

verb [L] (BE)
成為
 
 
/bɪˈkʌm/ (became, become)
to start to be
變成,成為,變得
I was becoming increasingly suspicious of his motives.
我越來越懷疑他的動機。
It was becoming cold, so we lit the fire.
天氣越來越冷了,所以我們燃起了火。
After giving up smoking, he became fat and irritable.
戒煙後,他發福了,而且很愛發火。
Margaret Thatcher became Britain's first woman prime minister in 1979.
瑪格麗特‧戴卓爾在1979年成為英國第一位女首相。
He has just become a father.
他剛剛當上爸爸。
Starting and beginningStarting again
Translations of “become”
in Spanish volverse, ponerse, convertirse…
in Arabic يُصْبِح…
in Korean -가 되다…
in Portuguese tornar-se, vir a ser…
in French devenir, advenir de, bien aller à…
in German werden, werden aus, stehen…
in Catalan convertir-se en…
in Japanese ~になる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 成为, 变成,成为,变得…
in Italian diventare…
(Definition of become verb (BE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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