course noun (DIRECTION) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "course" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

course

noun (DIRECTION)
方向
 
 
/kɔːs/ US  /kɔːrs/
[C usually singular, U] the direction in which a vehicle, especially an aircraft, spacecraft or ship, moves, or the path along which a river flows
(尤指飛機、太空船或輪船的)航向,航道,路線;(河流的)流向,水道
The pilot avoided a collision by changing course.
機師改變航向避免了一起碰撞事故。
Changing the course of the river would cause serious environmental damage to the whole valley.
河流改道會嚴重危害整個流域的環境。
figurative The debate completely changed course after Liz made her speech.
莉茲發言後辯論方向完全改變了。
Direction of motionPoints of the compass
on course likely to happen, or likely to succeed as planned
可能發生的;可能如願以償的
Because of the recession, we're on course for/to have record unemployment levels.
由於經濟衰退,我們可能要創失業率的新紀錄了。
Making progress and advancingBecoming betterPossible and probable
(Definition of course noun (DIRECTION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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