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preparation

noun (GETTING READY) 預備     /ˌprep.ərˈeɪ.ʃən/ US  /-əˈreɪ-/
[U] the things that you do or the time that you spend preparing for something 準備工作;準備,預備 The teacher didn't seem to have done much preparation for the class. 看來這位教師這堂課準備得不是太充分。 The team blamed injuries and lack of preparation for their failure to win. 這支球隊把他們未能獲勝歸咎於受傷和準備不充分。 Yasmin assisted in the preparation of this article. 亞斯明幫忙做了一些這篇文章的準備工作。 Preparing preparations [plural] plans or arrangements that you make to prepare for something 準備,預備 [+ to infinitive] We are making preparations to fly Mr Goodall to the nearest hospital. 我們正在著手準備透過飛機將古多爾先生送往最近的一家醫院。 Preparations for the opening ceremony are well under way. 開幕式的準備工作正在順利進行中。 Plans and arrangements
Translations of “preparation”
in Korean 준비…
in Arabic تَحْضير…
in Portuguese preparativos…
in Catalan preparació…
in Japanese 準備, 用意…
in Italian preparazione…
in Russian подготовка…
in Turkish hazırlama, hazırlanma, hazırlık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 预备, 准备工作, 准备,预备…
in Polish przygotowanie…
(Definition of preparation noun (GETTING READY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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