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prize

noun [C]     /praɪz/
something valuable, such as an amount of money, that is given to someone who succeeds in a competition or game or that is given to someone as a reward for doing very good work 獎;獎賞;獎金 The critics' prize for best film was won by Marc Abbott for 'Belly Laugh'. 馬克•阿博特的《捧腹大笑》被評論家們評為最佳影片。 I won a prize in the raffle. 我在摸彩中獲了獎。 The first (= main) prize is a weekend for two in Bruges. 頭獎是布魯日雙人週末遊。 The prize money for literary competitions can be as high as £40 000. 文學創作競賽的獎金可能高達四萬英鎊。 Prizes, rewards and medals
something important and valuable which is difficult to achieve or get 難能可貴的東西;不易達到的目標 The prize would be her hand in marriage. 最理想的是娶她為妻。 Goals and purposes
Translations of “prize”
in Arabic جائِزة…
in Korean 상…
in Malaysian hadiah…
in French prix, primé…
in Turkish ödül, mükâfat…
in Italian premio…
in Russian приз, премия, награда…
in Polish nagroda, wygrana…
in Vietnamese giải thưởng, phần thưởng…
in Spanish premio…
in Portuguese prêmio…
in Thai รางวัล…
in German der Lohn, der Preis, Preis-……
in Catalan premi…
in Japanese 賞, 賞金, 賞品…
in Indonesian hadiah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奖, 奖赏, 奖金…
(Definition of prize noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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