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place

noun (AREA) 地區     /pleɪs/
[C] an area, town, building, 地方;場所 Her garden was a cool pleasant place to sit. 坐在她的花園裡真是涼爽宜人。 What was the name of that place we drove through on the way to New York? 我們開車去紐約路上經過的那個地方叫甚麼名字? They decided to go to a pizza place. 他們決定去比薩店。 There are several places of interest to visit in the area. 該地區有好幾處旅遊勝地值得參觀。 It's important to feel comfortable in your place of work. 在工作場所感覺舒坦是很重要的。 Places and locationsUnpleasant places
[C] informal someone's home I'm looking for a place to live. 我在找住的地方。 We'll have the meeting at my place. 我們將在我家開會。 Home
[S] a suitable area, building, situation or occasion 適當的地點(或建築物、場合等) University is a great place for making new friends. 大學是結交新朋友的好地方。 [+ to infinitive] This meeting isn't the place to discuss your problems, I'm afraid. 恐怕這個會議不是談論個人私事的場合。 Suitable and acceptableQuite good, or not very good
(Definition of place noun (AREA) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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