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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “cord”

cord

noun [C or U] (ROPE/WIRE)
繩/線
 
 
/kɔːd/ US  /kɔːrd/
(a length of) rope or string made of twisted threads
(一段)繩,索,線
Where's the cord that ties back the curtains?
繫著窗簾的繩子在哪裡?
Have you got some cord that I can tie this parcel up with?
你有能讓我捆上這個包裹的繩子嗎?
Cords, ropes, cables and string
(UK also flex) a piece of wire covered in plastic, used to connect electrical equipment to a power supply
電線
an extension cord
延長線
a telephone cord
電話線
Electrical switches and connections
(Definition of cord noun (ROPE/WIRE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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