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Translation of "retainer" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

retainer

noun [C]     /rɪˈteɪ.nər/ US  /-nɚ/
specialized an amount of money which you pay to someone so as to be sure that they can work for you when you need them to 聘用定金 Earning money and money earned old use a servant who has usually been with the same family for a long time (服務多年的)僕人,傭人 a faithful old retainer 忠實的老僕人 Servants, slaves and underlings
Translations of “retainer”
in Chinese (Simplified) 聘用定金, (服务多年的)仆人,佣人…
(Definition of retainer from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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