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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “present”

present

noun [C] (SOMETHING GIVEN)
給予之物
 
 
/ˈprez.ənt/ (UK informal prezzie, or pressie)
something which you are given, without asking for it, on a special occasion, especially to show friendship, or to say thank you
(尤指表示友誼或致謝的)禮物,贈品
a birthday/Christmas/wedding present
生日/聖誕/結婚禮物
They gave me theatre tickets as a present.
他們送給我戲票作為禮物。
Presents and giftsGifts in the form of money
(Definition of present noun (SOMETHING GIVEN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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