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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “necessary”

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necessary

adjective
 
 
/ˈnes.ə.ser.i/
needed in order to achieve a particular result
必需的,不可或缺的
He lacks the necessary skills for the job.
他不具備做這項工作所需的技能。
I don't have much time so I won't be staying any longer than necessary.
我時間不多,所以若非必要我不會逗留。
Just do what's necessary and then leave.
做完必要的事情就走吧。
If necessary, we can always change the dates of our trip.
必要的話,我們隨時可以改變旅行的日期。
Is it necessary for all of us to be present at the meeting this afternoon?
我們必須全體出席今天下午的會議嗎?
We don't want to take any more luggage with us than is strictly necessary.
除了不可或缺的行李以外,我們不想帶多餘的東西。
Essential or necessary
used in negatives and questions to show that you disapprove of something and do not think it should be used or done
(用於否定句和疑問句表示不贊同)必要的,應該的
I really don't think that sort of language is necessary on television.
我真的認為在電視上使用那種語言是不可取的。
Was it really necessary for you to say that?
你非要那樣說嗎?
Essential or necessary
Translations of “necessary”
in Korean 필요한…
in Arabic ضَروري…
in French nécessaire…
in Italian necessario…
in Russian необходимый…
in Turkish gerekli, elzem, zaruri…
in Polish konieczny, potrzebny…
in Spanish necesario…
in Portuguese necessário…
in German notwendig…
in Catalan necessari…
in Japanese 必要な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 必需的,必不可少的, (用于否定句和疑问句表示不赞同)必要的,应该的…
(Definition of necessary from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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