highly adverb (ABOVE AVERAGE) translate to Traditional Chinese
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highly

adverb (ABOVE AVERAGE)
超過平均水準
 
 
/ˈhaɪ.li/
very, to a large degree, or at a high level
非常,極其
a highly paid job
高薪工作
a highly profitable line of products
利潤非常高的系列產品
For our country to remain competitive, we need a highly-skilled, highly-educated workforce.
為了使我們的國家保持競爭力,我們需要具備高技能、高學歷的勞動力。
Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
think/speak highly of sb to admire/say admiring things about someone
對(某人)評價很高/對(某人)高度讚揚
He's very highly thought of within the company.
他在公司內部得到很高的評價。
Praising and applaudingExaggerating and playing down
Translations of “highly”
in Korean 매우…
in Arabic جِدًا…
in Portuguese altamente, muito…
in Catalan molt, altament…
in Japanese とても, 非常に…
in Italian molto…
in Russian весьма, чрезвычайно, высоко…
in Turkish bir hayli, pek, çok…
in Chinese (Simplified) 超过平均水平, 非常,极其…
in Polish bardzo, wielce, wysoko…
(Definition of highly adverb (ABOVE AVERAGE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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