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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “passage”

passage

noun (TRAVEL)
旅行
 
 
/ˈpæs.ɪdʒ/
[U] formal travel, especially as a way of escape
旅行;(尤指)轉移
The gunman then took a hostage and demanded a plane and safe passage to an unspecified destination.
持槍歹徒隨後劫持了一名人質,要求派飛機把他安全送到某個未指明的目的地。
Navigation and shipwrecksTravelling
[S] old-fashioned a journey, especially over the sea
(尤指海上的)旅程,航程
He had booked his passage to Rio de Janeiro.
他訂了去裡約熱內盧的船票。
JourneysSailing and boating
work your passage old-fashioned to do work on a ship during your journey instead of paying for a ticket
在船上做工以抵償船費
Sailing and boating
(Definition of passage noun (TRAVEL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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