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expression

noun (SHOWING) 表示     /ɪkˈspreʃ.ən/
[C or U] when you say what you think or show how you feel using words or actions 表示;表達;表露 He wrote her a poem as an expression of his love. 他寫了一首詩給她以表達愛慕之情。 We've received a lot of expressions of support for our campaign. 我們收到很多來信表示支持我們的運動。 Freedom of expression is a basic human right. 言論自由是基本的人權。 It's better to give expression to (= show) your anger, rather than hiding it. 最好可以把憤怒發泄出來,而不是藏於心裡。 formal His sadness at the death of his wife found expression (= was shown) in his music. 他透過音樂表達了對亡妻的哀悼之情。 She plays the violin with great expression (= feeling). 她的小提琴演奏有很好的表現力。 Expressing and asking opinionsRemarks and remarkingControlling emotionsExpressing and showing feelings
[C] the look on someone's face, showing what they feel or think 表情;神色 I could tell from her expression that something serious had happened. 一看她的面色就知道出了很嚴重的事情。 Mark always has such a miserable expression on his face. 馬克臉上經常帶著一副苦惱的神情。 The head and face
(Definition of expression noun (SHOWING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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