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Translation of "second thought" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

second thought

noun [C]
 
 
without a second thought If you do something without a second thought, you do it without first considering if you should do it or not
重新考慮
She'll spend a hundred pounds on a dress without a second thought.
她會毫不猶豫地花100英鎊買一條裙子。
Doing things without fear or proper thought
have second thoughts to change your opinion about something or start to doubt it
改變主意;開始懷疑
You're not having second thoughts about getting married, are you?
結婚的事你沒改變主意吧?
Changing your mind
on second thoughts UK ( US on second thought) used when you want to change a decision you have made
(表示要改變主意)又一想,轉念一想
I'd like a cup of coffee, please - actually, on second thoughts, I'll have a beer.
請來杯咖啡——說實話,我改主意了,來杯啤酒好了。
Changing your mind
(Definition of second thought from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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