ply verb (WORK) translate to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "ply" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


verb (WORK)
[T] to sell or to work regularly at something, especially a job involving selling things
Fishermen in small boats ply their trade up and down the coast.
Dealers are openly plying drugs in school playgrounds.
The market traders were loudly plying their wares.
ply for business/trade, etc. to try to get customers for your business in a public place, for example, as a taxi driver, by driving around or waiting in a regular place
UK There are never any taxis plying for trade/hire in our area.
I noticed a couple of prostitutes plying for business on the corner.
(Definition of ply verb (WORK) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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