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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “set”

set

noun (POSITION)
位置
 
 
/set/
the set of sth the position in which you hold a part of your body
(身體部位的)姿勢,樣子
I could tell from the set of his jaw that he was angry.
看他繃得緊緊的下巴,我便知道他在生氣。
Places and locationsUnpleasant places
[C] the act of having your hair set
做頭髮
a shampoo and set
洗頭並做髮型
Care for the hair
(Definition of set noun (POSITION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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