play verb (PRODUCE SOUNDS/PICTURES) translate to Traditional Chinese
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play

verb [I or T] (PRODUCE SOUNDS/PICTURES)
產生聲音/圖像
 
 
/pleɪ/
to perform music on an instrument or instruments
演奏,彈撥,吹奏(樂器);播放
He learned to play the clarinet at the age of ten.
他十歲就開始學習吹奏單簧管。
[+ two objects] Play us a song!/Play a song for us!
給我們奏支曲子吧!
On Radio London they play African and South American music as well as rock and pop.
倫敦廣播電台不僅播放搖滾和流行音樂,還播放非洲和南美洲的音樂。
They could hear a jazz band playing in the distance.
他們可以聽到遠處的爵士樂隊在演奏。
Play up a bit (= play louder) - I can hardly hear you!
演奏的聲音再大一點——我幾乎聽不見你演奏!
Playing musicSinging in generalRecording sounds and images
to (cause a machine to) produce sound or a picture
(使)演奏;(使)播放
Play the last few minutes of the video again.
把錄影帶的最後幾分鐘再放一遍。
→  See also playback Using and misusing
(Definition of play verb (PRODUCE SOUNDS/PICTURES) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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