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behaviour

noun [U] UK ( US behavior)
 
 
/bɪˈheɪ.vjər/ US  /-vjɚ/
Someone's behaviour is how they behave
行為,舉止
Her behaviour is often appalling.
她的行為舉止經常都是糟糕得很。
He was notorious for his violent and threatening behaviour.
他因暴力和威脅行為而聲名狼藉。
Behaving, interacting and behaviour
Translations of “behaviour”
in Korean 행동, 처신…
in Arabic سُلوك, تَصَرُّف…
in Portuguese comportamento, conduta…
in Catalan comportament…
in Japanese (英)態度, 言動, ふるまい…
in Italian comportamento…
in Russian поведение…
in Turkish davranış, tavır…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行为,举止…
in Polish zachowanie…
(Definition of behaviour from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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