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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “op-ed”

op-ed

adjective [before noun]
 
/ˌɒpˈed/ US  /ˌɑːp-/ US
describes a piece of writing which expresses a personal opinion and is usually printed in a newspaper opposite the page on which the editorial is printed
(指文章)發表個人意見的,專欄版的,特稿的(通常刊在與社論版相對的版面上)
an op-ed article/column/page
專稿/專欄/專欄版
Headlines and features in newspapers and magazines
op-ed
 
 
noun [C]
His rebuttal appeared in yesterday's op-ed.
他的駁論發表在昨天的專欄版上。
Headlines and features in newspapers and magazines
(Definition of op-ed from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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