Translation of "part" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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uk /pɑːt/ us /pɑːrt/

part noun (SOME)

A2 [ U ] some but not all of a thing

Part of my steak isn't cooked properly. 我這塊牛排有些部分沒煮好。
Part of this form seems to be missing. 這份表格有一部分似乎缺失了。
I think part of her problem is that she doesn't listen carefully enough to what other people say. 我認為她的部分問題在於她不去認真聽取別人所說的話。
in part

C2 partly, or to some degree

The deadline for applications is being extended, in part because of the postal strike. 申請的最後期限延長了,部分原因是郵局發生了罷工。
in (a) large part

to an important degree

How quickly we can finish the project depends in (a) large part on when we get the payments through. 我們能多快完成這個專案計劃很大程度上取決於應付的款項甚麼時候辦妥。
for the most part

C1 mostly or usually

He was, for the most part, quite helpful. 他通常都很樂於助人。

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part noun (SEPARATE PIECE)

A1 [ C ] a separate piece of something, or a piece that combines with other pieces to form the whole of something

We learned about all the different parts of the digestive system. 我們瞭解到消化系統中所有不同的組成部分。
The lower part of her spine was crushed in the accident. 她的下脊柱在意外中被壓碎了。
I think there's always a part of you that doubts what you're doing. 我想你一直多少有點懷疑你在做的事情吧。
Fresh fruit and vegetables form an essential/important part of a healthy diet. 新鮮的水果和蔬菜是健康飲食的基本/重要組成部分。
There'll be snow in parts (= particular areas) of the Midlands tonight. 今晚英格蘭中部部分地區將會下雪。

B2 [ C ] one of the pieces that together form a machine or some type of equipment

He works for a company that makes aircraft parts. 他在一家製造飛機零件的公司工作。

[ C ] a single broadcast of a series of television or radio programmes or a division of a story

Next week we publish part three of the president's diaries. 下周我們將出版《戴安娜日記》的第三部分。
The programme will be shown in two parts. 該節目將分兩集播出。

[ C ] one of two or more equal, or almost equal, measures of something

Mix one part of the medicine with three parts water. 將一份藥與三份水混合。

B1 [ C ] one of the characters in a film, play, or dance, or the words, actions, or movements that are said or done by that character

He has a small part in the school play. 他在學校的演出中得到一個小角色。
She plays the part of the sexy blonde waitress. 她扮演那位金髮性感女侍者。

[ C ] the music that a particular musician plays in a group

these parts informal

used to refer to an area of the country

We don't see many foreigners in these parts. 在這些地區我們看不到多少外國人。

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part noun (INVOLVEMENT)

take part

B1 to be involved in an activity with other people

She doesn't usually take part in any of the class activities. 她通常不參加任何班級活動。

[ U ] involvement in or responsibility for an activity, or action

He admitted his part in the robbery. 他承認搶劫也有他的份。
I want no part in/of your crazy plans! 我一點也不想參與你那些瘋狂的計劃!

part noun (HAIR)

[ C ] US UK parting a line on someone's head made by brushing the hair in two different directions

a centre/side part 中/偏分


uk /pɑːt/ us /pɑːrt/

C2 [ I or T ] to separate or cause something or someone to separate

The curtains parted, revealing a darkened stage. 幕布拉開,露出燈光轉暗的舞臺。
To be parted from him even for two days made her sad. 就連跟他分開兩天都會讓她難過。

[ T ] If you part your hair, you arrange it so that it falls on either side of your head by separating it with a line down the middle or on one side.


C2 [ I ] formal If two people part, they leave each other, often at the end of a relationship.

I'm afraid we parted on very bad terms. 很遺憾我們最後不歡而散。


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uk /pɑːt/ us /pɑːrt/


He's part African - his father was born in Somalia. 他有部分非洲血統——他父親出生在索馬利亞。
The exam is part spoken and part written. 考試一部分是口試,一部分是筆試。

(Translation of “part” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)