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Translation of "option" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

option

noun     /ˈɒp.ʃən/ US  /ˈɑːp-/
[C or U] one thing which can be chosen from a set of possibilities, or the freedom to make a choice 選擇,選項;選擇權 The best option would be to cancel the trip altogether. 最好的選擇是徹底取消這次行程。 There are various options open to someone who is willing to work hard. 願意努力工作的人有多種選項。 They didn't leave him much option - either he paid or they'd beat him up. 他們沒有給他多少選擇餘地——要不付錢,要不挨打。 Taking and choosing [C] specialized the right to buy something in the future 期權;未來購買權 a share option 股票期權 The publishers decided not to take up their option on the paperback version. 出版商決定放棄平裝版的購買權。 Financial investments and the stock market have no option (but to do something) to not have the possibility of doing something else 別無選擇(只能做…) After her appalling behaviour, we had no option but to dismiss her. 鑒於她的惡劣行為,我們別無選擇,只能解僱她。 Lack of freedom to act
Translations of “option”
in Arabic خَيار…
in Korean 선택…
in Malaysian pilihan…
in French choix…
in Turkish seçenek, alternatif…
in Italian opzione…
in Russian выбор, предмет выбора…
in Polish opcja, możliwość…
in Vietnamese sự lựa chọn…
in Spanish opción…
in Portuguese opção…
in Thai ทางเลือก…
in German (freie) Wahl…
in Catalan opció…
in Japanese 選択(権)…
in Indonesian pilihan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 选择,选项, 选择权, 期权…
(Definition of option from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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