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Translation of "former" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

former

adjective [before noun]     /ˈfɔː.mər/ US  /ˈfɔːr.mɚ/
of or in an earlier time; before the present time or in the past 較早的,早先的;以前的;舊時的 his former wife 他的前妻 a former employer 前僱主 the former president of the United States 美國前總統 The house, a former barn, has been attractively converted. 這座房子以前是穀倉,現已改建一新,十分漂亮。 The painting was then restored to its former glory (= returned to its original good condition). 這幅油畫又恢復了原先的光彩。 It was a long time after the accident before he seemed like his former self (= behaved in the way he had done before). 事故過後很長時間,他似乎才恢復了先前的樣子。 In the pastBefore, after and alreadyAfter and behind
Translations of “former”
in Arabic سابِق…
in Korean 전 -…
in Malaysian terdahulu…
in French ancien…
in Turkish önceki, geçmiş, sabık…
in Italian precedente, di prima, passato…
in Russian бывший…
in Polish były, dawny…
in Vietnamese trước, cũ, nguyên…
in Spanish antiguo, anterior…
in Portuguese anterior, prévio…
in Thai ก่อน…
in German früher…
in Catalan antic…
in Japanese 元の…
in Indonesian dulu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 较早的,早先的, 以前的, 旧时的…
(Definition of former adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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