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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “get”

get

verb [T] (OBTAIN)
得到
 
 
/ɡet/ (present participle getting, past tense got, past participle got or US gotten)
to obtain, buy or earn something
獲得,得到;買到;賺得,贏得
He's gone down to the corner shop to get some milk.
他到那家街角小店買牛奶去了。
I think she gets about forty thousand pounds a year.
我想她一年大約賺四萬英鎊。
We stopped off on the motorway to get some breakfast.
我們在高速公路上,中途停車吃了點早餐。
I managed to get all three suitcases for under $200.
我設法以低於200美元的價格把三個手提箱全買下了。
How much did he get for his car (= How much money did he sell it for)?
他的汽車賣了多少錢?
Where did you get your radio from?
你的收音機在哪裡買的?
Getting, receiving and acceptingCapturing or taking possession of things
to receive or be given something
收到;得到;接到
I got quite a surprise when I saw her with short hair.
我看到她剪了短髮,感到很詫異。
When did you get the news about Sam?
你是甚麼時候得到關於山姆的消息?
I got a (telephone) call from Phil last night.
我昨晚接到菲爾的一個電話。
What mark did he get in his exam?
這次考試他得了多少分?
I got the impression that they'd rather be alone.
我覺得他們寧願不要別人陪伴。
What did you get for your birthday?
你生日收到了甚麼禮物?
We don't get much snow (= It does not often snow) here.
我們這兒不大下雪。
I managed to get a glimpse of him (= see him for a moment) through the crowds.
我從人群的縫隙中看了他一眼。
If you get a moment (= have time available), could you help me fill in that form?
你要是有時間的話,能不能幫我填那張表?
She gets such pleasure from her garden.
她從她的花園中得到很多樂趣。
If you can get some time off work, we could finish the decorating.
如果你能從工作中抽出一點時間,我們就可以完成裝修。
I can never get her to myself (= be alone with her) because she's always surrounded by people.
我從來無法跟她獨處,因為她身邊總是有人圍著。
Getting, receiving and acceptingCapturing or taking possession of things
to go somewhere and bring back someone or something
(去)拿來,取來,叫來
I must just get the washing in.
我得去把洗好的衣服取回來。
[+ two objects] Can I get you a drink?
我給你端杯飲品,好嗎?
Getting, receiving and acceptingCapturing or taking possession of things
to take someone or something into your possession by force
捕獲;抓獲
Have the police got the man who did it yet?
員警已經逮到做這事的人了嗎?
Your cat got a bird this morning!
你的貓今天上午抓住了一隻小鳥!
Getting, receiving and acceptingCapturing or taking possession of things
(Definition of get verb (OBTAIN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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