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it

pronoun
 
 
/ɪt/
(as subject or object) the thing, animal or situation which has already been mentioned
(用作主語或受詞)它,這,那(指上文提到的事物、動物或情況)
"Where's my pen? It was on my desk a minute ago." "You left it by the phone."
「我的鋼筆在哪裡?剛才還在我的桌上。」「你放在電話旁了。」
The company was losing money and it had to make people redundant.
該公司在虧損,所以不得不裁員。
The argument was upsetting for us all - I don't want to talk about it.
那場爭論使我們大家都心煩——我不想再談論了。
Children who stay away from school do it for different reasons.
孩子翹課有各種原因。
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Translations of “it”
in Arabic ضَمير الغائب لِلمُفْرَد غَيْر العاقِل, إنّه (لِلوَقْت), إنّه (لِلأسْماء)…
in Korean 그것, 상황 설명이나 의견을 말할 때 쓴다, 시간…
in Malaysian ia, digunakan sebagai subjek untuk ayat tertentu, adalah…
in French il, elle, le…
in Turkish o, onu, bahsedilen nesne…
in Italian esso, essa, lo…
in Russian он, она, оно (о предметах и животных)…
in Polish to, on, ona…
in Vietnamese cái đó, làm chủ ngữ cho một vài loại câu nói về thời tiết, khoảng cách…
in Spanish él, ella, ello (sujeto)…
in Portuguese usado para significar uma coisa, situação ou ideia que já foi mencionada anteriormente, usado antes de alguns adjetivos…
in Thai คำสรรพนามใช้แทนสัตว์ สิ่งของ และทารก, คำสรรพนามแทนคำว่า อากาศ ระยะทาง หรือเวลา, ประธานของ Verb to be เพื่อเน้นข้อความ…
in German es, zur Betonung, das…
in Catalan s’utilitza per a referir-se a alguna cosa que s’ha esmentat abans, s’utilitza davant d’adjectius, noms i verbs per a introduir una opinió o una descripció…
in Japanese それ(先述されたもの、ことなどを表す), (形容詞、名詞、動詞の前につけて形式的な主語、目的語になる), (時間、距離、天候を表す文の主語。日本語には訳さない)…
in Indonesian hal itu, kata ganti subjek, adalah…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用作主语或宾语)它,这,那(指上文提到的事物、动物或情况)…
(Definition of it pronoun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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