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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “recently”

recently

adverb
 
 
/ˈriː.sənt.li/
not long ago, or at a time that started not long ago
最近;近來
Have you seen any good films recently?
你最近看過甚麽好電影嗎?
Until very recently he worked as a teacher and he still shudders at the memories.
他一直做老師,直到最近才不做。現在他一想起那段經歷還不寒而慄呢。
Recently, I've been feeling a bit depressed.
近來我感到有點憂鬱。
In the past
(Definition of recently from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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