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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “it”

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。
Personal pronouns
(Definition of it pronoun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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