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Translation of "differential" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

differential

adjective     /ˌdɪf.əˈren.tʃəl/
based on a difference 有所區別的,有所差別的 We have a differential salary structure based on employees' experience. 我們按照員工工作經驗的不同採用不同的薪金結構。 Different and differenceNumerical relationships
differentially     /ˌdɪf.əˈren.tʃəl.i/ adverb Different and difference
Translations of “differential”
in Chinese (Simplified) 有所区别的,有所差别的…
(Definition of differential adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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