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experience

noun
 
 
/ɪkˈspɪə.ri.ənts/ US  /-ˈspɪr.i-/
[U] (the process of getting) knowledge or skill from doing, seeing or feeling things
經驗;經歷;實踐
Do you have any experience of working with kids (= Have you ever worked with them)?
你有照顧小孩的工作經驗嗎?
The best way to learn is by experience (= by doing things).
最好的學習方式是在實踐中學習。
I know from experience that Tony never keeps his promises.
經驗告訴我,湯尼從不會信守諾言。
I don't think she has the experience for the job (= enough knowledge and skill for it).
我認為做這種工作她經驗不足。
In my experience, people generally smile back if you smile at them.
據我的經驗,如果你對別人微笑,他們通常也會對你微笑的。
The experience of pain (= what pain feels like) varies from one person to another.
對痛的感覺是因人而異的。
There's nothing we can do about it now, we'll just have to put it down to experience (= consider it as a mistake we can learn from).
現在我們已經無計可施,只可以把它當作一次經驗教訓了。
Knowledge and awareness
[C] something that happens to you that affects how you feel
經歷;閱歷
I had a rather unpleasant experience at the dentist's.
我有一次很不愉快的看牙醫經歷。
It was interesting hearing about his experiences as a policeman.
聽他講當員警時的那些經歷很有趣。
I did meet him once and it was an experience I shall never forget.
我的確跟他見過一次面,那是我永生難忘的一段經歷。
Knowledge and awareness
(Definition of experience noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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