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Translation of "eh" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

eh

exclamation     // ( US usually huh) informal
used to express surprise or confusion, to ask someone to repeat what they have said, or as a way of getting someone to give some type of reaction to a statement that you have made (表示驚奇或不解,或者請對方重複或作出反應)啊,嗯,甚麽,是嗎,好嗎 "Janet's leaving her husband." "Eh?" 「珍妮特要和丈夫分手了。」「甚麽?」 "Did you hear what I said?" "Eh? Say it again - I wasn't listening." 「你聽見我說甚麽了嗎?」「啊,你再說一遍——我剛才沒在聽。」 Going overseas again, eh? It's a nice life for some! 又要出國,啊?有些人的日子過得真不賴! Sounds used as interjectionsInterjections
(Definition of eh from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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