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Translation of "government" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

government

noun [C, + sing/pl verb] (GROUP)
團體
 
 
/ˈɡʌv.ən.mənt/ /-əm-/ US  /-ɚn-/ ( written abbreviation govt)
the group of people who officially control a country
政府;內閣
the government of Israel
以色列政府
The government is/are expected to announce its/their tax proposals today.
預計今天政府會公佈稅收計劃。
The minister has announced that there will be no change in government policy.
部長宣佈政府政策將不會有任何改變。
Senior government officials will be attending a meeting tomorrow.
政府高級官員們明天將參加一個會議。
Theatre companies are very concerned about cuts in government grants to the arts.
政府削減藝術撥款,各戲劇演出公司對此非常擔心。
A government enquiry has been launched.
政府調查已經啟動。
Ruling and governing
(Definition of government noun (GROUP) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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