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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “seek”

seek

verb [T] (SEARCH)
搜尋
 
 
/siːk/ (sought) formal
to try to find or get something, especially something which is not a physical object
尋找;尋求(尤指非物質的東西)
"Are you actively seeking jobs?" she asked.
「你在積極找工作嗎?」她問。
Hundreds of dissidents are seeking refuge/asylum in the US embassy.
數百異議分子到美國大使館尋求庇護。
Searching
to ask for advice, help, approval, permission, etc.
請求;要求
Legal advice should be sought before you take any further action.
在採取下一步行動之前,你應該諮詢一下律師。
Making appeals and requests
-seeking
 
 
/-siː.kɪŋ/ suffix
A lot of bad behaviour is attention-seeking on the part of mixed-up kids.
迷失孩子很多的不良行爲都是爲了尋求關注。
Searching
(Definition of seek verb (SEARCH) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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