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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “mourning”

mourning

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈmɔː.nɪŋ/ US  /ˈmɔːr-/
great sadness felt because someone has died
哀痛;哀悼
Shops will be closed today as a sign of mourning for the king.
為了表達對國王的哀悼之情,商店今天關門停業一天。
He was in mourning for his wife.
他正在為妻子服喪。
Sadness and regretRemembering people who have died
the usually black clothes that are worn in some countries as an expression of sadness about someone's death
喪服
Clothing - general wordsRemembering people who have died
a loud crying that people in some countries make when someone dies
慟哭(某些國家的人為哀悼死者而作的大聲痛哭)
The mourning could be heard all day and all night.
慟哭聲終日可聞。
Sadness and regretRemembering people who have died
(Definition of mourning from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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