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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “runaway”

runaway

adjective
 
 
/ˈrʌn.ə.weɪ/
out of control or escaped from somewhere
失控的;逃跑的
A runaway bus/horse caused chaos on the streets.
一輛公共汽車失控了/一匹馬脫繮了,導致街道上一片混亂。
a runaway child sleeping on the streets
離家出走露宿街頭的小孩
figurative Her first novel's runaway (= surprisingly big) success came as a great surprise.
她的第一部小說大獲成功,真是大大出人意料。
UncontrolledRunning away and escaping
runaway
 
 
noun [C]
someone who has escaped from somewhere
出逃者,逃脫者
We're searching for a couple of runaways from the young offenders' institution.
我們正在搜尋幾個從少年犯管教所逃出來的孩子。
Runaways and refugees
(Definition of runaway from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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