driving adjective translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "driving" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

driving

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈdraɪ.vɪŋ/
strong and powerful and therefore causing things to happen
強而有力的;起推動作用的
Driving ambition is what most great leaders have in common.
強烈的進取心是大多數傑出領導者的共同特點。
She was always the driving force behind the scheme.
她總是擔當幕後推動者的角色。
Machinery and machinesHousehold equipment and domestic choresHaving a powerful effectStrong feelingsVery and extreme
driving rain/snow rain or snow that is falling fast and being blown by the wind
暴風雨/雪
Driving snow brought more problems on the roads last night.
昨晚的暴風雪給道路交通帶來了更多的麻煩。
RainSnow and iceCold
Translations of “driving”
in Chinese (Simplified) 强有力的, 起推动作用的…
(Definition of driving adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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