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noun [C or U] (OF WORD/WRITING/SIGN, ETC.)
符號或字詞
 
 
/ˈmiː.nɪŋ/
The meaning of something is what it expresses or represents
意思,意義;含義
The word 'flight' has two different meanings: a plane journey, and the act of running away.
flight 一詞有兩個不同的意思:航程和逃跑。
The meaning of his gesture was clear.
他手勢的含義很清楚。
His novels often have (a) hidden meaning.
他的小說常有隱含意義。
Meaning and significanceTypifying, illustrating and exemplifying
Translations of “meaning”
in Korean 의미, 목적…
in Arabic مَعْنى, هَدَف…
in Portuguese significado, propósito…
in Catalan significat, sentit…
in Japanese 意味, 価値…
in Italian significato, valore…
in Russian значение, смысл…
in Turkish anlam, mana, gaye…
in Chinese (Simplified) 符号或字词, 意思,意义, 含义…
in Polish znaczenie, sens…
(Definition of meaning noun (OF WORD/WRITING/SIGN, ETC.) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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