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Translation of "dying" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

dying

adjective     /ˈdaɪ.ɪŋ/
very ill and likely to die soon 將死的,奄奄一息的,病入膏肓的 She nursed her dying husband for months. 她照料了病入膏肓的丈夫好幾個月。 Death and dying
describes a tradition or industry which is becoming much less common or important (傳統或行業)衰落的,衰敗的,即將消失的 Starting, succeeding and failing in business
happening at the time someone dies, or connected with that time 臨死的,臨終的 Beethoven's dying words are said to have been "I shall hear in heaven." 據說貝多芬的臨終遺言是「我在天堂會聽到聲音」。 Death and dying
(Definition of dying adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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