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idea

noun [C] (BELIEF) 信念     /aɪˈdɪə/
a belief or opinion 信念;見解 We have very different ideas about disciplining children. 我們對於如何管教孩子看法大不相同。 [+ that] Leach puts forward the idea that it is impossible to spoil a child. 利奇提出的觀點是,寵壞孩子是不可能的。 I'm not married - where did you get that idea (= what made you believe that)? 我沒有結婚——你這個想法是從哪裡來的? Opinions, beliefs and points of viewIdeas, concepts and theories
(Definition of idea noun (BELIEF) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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