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cause

verb [T]
 
 
/kɔːz/ US  /kɑːz/
to make something happen, especially something bad
使(不好的事情)發生;造成,導致
The difficult driving conditions caused several accidents.
艱難的駕駛條件引發了好幾次意外。
[+ obj + to infinitive ] The bright light caused her to blink.
明亮的光線刺得她直眨眼睛。
Most heart attacks are caused by blood clots.
大多數心臟病都是由於血液凝塊所致。
[+ two objects] I hope the children haven't caused you too much trouble.
我希望孩子沒有給你添了太多麻煩。
Causing things to happen
Translations of “cause”
in Korean -을 일으키다…
in Arabic يُسبّب…
in Portuguese causar, originar…
in Catalan causar…
in Japanese ~の原因となる…
in Italian causare, provocare…
in Russian причинять, быть причиной…
in Turkish sebep olmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使(不好的事情)发生, 造成,导致…
in Polish powodować…
(Definition of cause verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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