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good

adjective (KIND) 善良的     /ɡʊd/ (better, best)
kind or helpful 好心的,心地善良的;樂於助人的 a good friend 一個好朋友 It's good of you to offer to help. 你主動提供幫助,真是太好了。 He's very good to his mother. 他對他媽媽很孝順體貼。 Kind and thoughtful
be so good as to ( also be good enough to) formal
used to make a polite request 請(做…) Be so good as to close the door when you leave. 你離開時,請關門。 Polite expressions
do (sb) a good turn old-fashioned
to do something kind which helps someone else 做(對某人)有利的事情 Helping and co-operating
(Definition of good adjective (KIND) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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