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Translation of "expensive" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

expensive

adjective     /ɪkˈspent.sɪv/
costing a lot of money 昂貴的;用錢多的;價格高的 Rolls Royces are very expensive. 勞斯萊斯汽車價格昂貴。 Big houses are expensive to maintain. 大房子的維修費很高。 She has expensive tastes (= she likes things that cost a lot of money). 她喜歡昂貴的東西。 Expensive and luxuriousCosting too much expensively     /ɪkˈspent.sɪv.li/ adverb Sarah is always very expensively dressed (= she wears clothes that cost a lot of money). 莎拉穿的衣服一向都很貴。 Expensive and luxuriousCosting too much
Translations of “expensive”
in Korean 값비싼…
in Arabic غالٍ…
in Portuguese caro, dispendioso…
in Catalan car…
in Japanese (値段が)高い…
in Italian costoso…
in Russian дорогой, дорогостоящий…
in Turkish pahalı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 昂贵的, 花钱多的, 价格高的…
in Polish drogi, kosztowny…
(Definition of expensive from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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