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Translation of "dot" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

dot

noun
 
 
/dɒt/ US  /dɑːt/
[C] a very small round mark
小圓點
The full stop at the end of this sentence is a dot.
這個句子末尾的句號是一個小圓點。
Her skirt was blue with white dots.
她的藍裙子上有一些白色小圓點。
Specific signs and symbolsSigns, signals and symbols
[U] the spoken form of a full stop in an internet or email address, or some computer files
(網際網路、電子郵件位址或某些電腦檔所使用的句號的口語形式)點
"What's the web address?" "www dot cambridge dot org".
那個網址是甚麽? 「www.cambridge.org。」
Internet terminology and abbreviationsConventions used on the Internet and in email
[C] old-fashioned the short sounds or short flashes of light used with dashes when sending messages in Morse (code)
在摩斯密碼中,和長劃一起使用的短音或短波閃光訊號,即摩斯密碼點
Signs, signals and symbolsSpecific signs and symbols
(Definition of dot noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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