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Translation of "instead" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

instead

adverb     /ɪnˈsted/
in place of someone or something else 作為替代 There's no coffee - would you like a cup of tea instead? 沒有咖啡——來杯茶好嗎? You can go instead of me, if you want. 如果你願意,你可以代替我去。 Replacing and exchanging
Translations of “instead”
in Arabic بَدَلًا مِن…
in Korean -대신에…
in Malaysian sebagai ganti…
in French à la place…
in Turkish ...ın/in yerine…
in Italian invece, al posto di…
in Russian вместо…
in Polish zamiast (tego), w zamian…
in Vietnamese thay vì…
in Spanish en su lugar, en cambio…
in Portuguese em vez disso…
in Thai แทน…
in German statt dessen…
in Catalan en lloc d’això…
in Japanese その代わりに…
in Indonesian sebagai gantinya…
in Chinese (Simplified) 作为替代…
(Definition of instead from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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