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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “-ee”

-ee

suffix (OBJECT)
對象
 
 
/-iː/ /-i/
added to a verb to form a noun which refers to the person who the action of the verb is being done to
(加在動詞後構成名詞,表示受動者)
an employee (= someone who is employed)
僱員
the payee (= a person who money is paid to)
受款人,收款人
an interviewee (= someone who is being interview verb for a job)
接受面試者
Morphology and parts of words
(Definition of -ee suffix (OBJECT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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