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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “critic”

critic

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈkrɪt.ɪk/ US  /ˈkrɪt̬-/
someone who says that they do not approve of someone or something
批評者,反對者
Her critics say she is leading the party to disaster.
批評她的人說她在把該黨引向災難。
He's his own worst critic (= He judges himself severely).
他對自己要求非常嚴格。
People who analyse and judge
someone whose job is to give their opinion about something, especially films, books, music, etc.
(尤指電影、書籍、音樂等的)批評家,評論家
She's a film/theatre critic for the 'Irish Times'.
她是《愛爾蘭時報》的一位電影/戲劇評論員。
The play has been well received by the critics.
該劇贏得了評論家們的讚譽。
People who analyse and judge
(Definition of critic from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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