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Translation of "east" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

east

adverb ( also East)     /iːst/ ( written abbreviation E)
towards the east 向東,朝東 We'll drive east for a few more miles, then turn south. 我們再向東開幾公里,然後轉彎向南。 They were the first people to travel east of the mountains (= into the area beyond and to the east of the mountains). 他們是第一批到此山脈以東地區旅遊的遊客。 We walked due (= directly) east for two kilometres. 我們向正東方向走了兩公里。 The garden faces east, so we'll get the morning sun. 花園朝東,所以上午我們可以享受到陽光。 Direction of motionPoints of the compassPoints of the compassDirection of motion
Translations of “east”
in Chinese (Simplified) 向东,朝东…
(Definition of east adverb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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