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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “raid”

raid

noun [C]
 
 
/reɪd/
a short sudden attack, usually by a small group of people
(通常由一小隊人發起的)突襲,襲擊
The commandos made/staged/carried out a daring raid (on the enemy).
突擊隊大膽(向敵人)發起了突襲。
planes on a bombing raid
執行空襲轟炸任務的飛機
Attacking and invading
when people enter a place by force in order to steal from it
搶劫;打劫
Millions of dollars were stolen in a bank raid last night.
昨晚一間銀行被劫走數百萬美元。
Arriving, entering and invadingStealing
when the police enter a place suddenly in order to find someone or something
(警方)查抄,突然搜查
The drugs were found during a police raid on the house.
這些毒品是在警方查抄這棟房子時發現的。
Relating to detection and solving crimes
(Definition of raid noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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