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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “proper”

proper

adjective [before noun] (REAL)
真正的
 
 
/ˈprɒp.ər/ US  /ˈprɑː.pɚ/
real, satisfactory, suitable or correct
適合的;適當的;恰當的;正確的
This is Sara's first proper job - she usually does temporary work just for the money.
這是莎拉的第一份正式工作——她通常只是為了賺錢而打零工。
If you're going to walk those sort of distances you need proper walking boots.
如果你要走那麼遠的路,就需要一雙合腳的健步鞋。
I would have done the job myself but I didn't have the proper equipment.
這工作我倒是想自己來,只是沒有合適的工具。
I've had sandwiches but I haven't eaten a proper meal.
我吃了三明治,但還沒有好好吃一頓飯。
She likes everything to be in its proper place.
她喜歡所有東西都各有其所,放置妥當。
Suitable and acceptableQuite good, or not very goodTrue, real, false, and unreal
(Definition of proper adjective (REAL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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