might modal verb (POSSIBILITY) translate to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "might" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


modal verb (POSSIBILITY)
used to express the possibility that something will happen or be done, or that something is true although not very likely
I might come and visit you in America next year, if I can save enough money.
Don't go any closer - it might be dangerous/it mightn't be safe.
Driving so fast, he might have had a nasty accident (= it could have happened but it did not).
The rain might have stopped by now.
AchievablePossible and probable
(Definition of might modal verb (POSSIBILITY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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