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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “do”

do

verb [T] (COOK)
烹飪
 
 
// /du/ /duː/ /duː/ (did, done)
to cook or prepare food
做(飯),烹製,準備(食物)
Who's doing the food for your party?
誰爲你的派對準備食品?
[+ two objects] I'll do you some scrambled eggs.
我來給你做點炒雞蛋。
Preparing foodPreparing food using heatProviding and serving meals
(Definition of do verb (COOK) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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