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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “relationship”

relationship

noun [C] (FRIENDSHIP)
友好關係
 
 
/rɪˈleɪ.ʃən.ʃɪp/
the way in which two or more people feel and behave towards each other
(人們彼此的)關係,感情關係
He has a very good relationship with his uncle.
他和他叔叔的感情很深。
Relationships in general
a close romantic friendship between two people, which is often sexual
浪漫關係;情愛關係;(常指)性關係
Have you had any serious relationships in the past year?
過去一年中你有沒有正經八百地同誰談過戀愛?
Marriage, cohabitation and other relationships
a love/hate relationship a relationship in which you have feelings of love and hate for someone or something
又愛又恨的關係或感受(你對某人或某物心存愛恨之情的一種關係)
Relationships in general
(Definition of relationship noun (FRIENDSHIP) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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