Chinese (Traditional) translation of “share”
› [I or T] to have or use something at the same time as someone else
She's very possessive about her toys and finds it hard to share.
Bill and I shared an office for years.
I share a house with four other people.
Sharing › [I or T] to divide food, money, goods, etc. and give part of it to someone else
Will you share your sandwich with me?
Let's share the sweets (out) among/between everyone.
We should share (in) the reward.
Sharing › [I or T] If two or more people share an activity, they each do some of it
Shall we share the driving?
We shared the preparation for the party between us, so it wasn't too much work.
Sharing › [I or T] If two or more people or things share a feeling, quality or experience, they both or all have the same feeling, quality or experience
We share an interest in sailing.
All hospitals share some common characteristics.
I don't share your views/beliefs.
Management and the union both share in the responsibility for the crisis.
She knew that he was the person she wanted to share her life with.
Sharing › [T] to tell someone else about your thoughts, feelings, ideas, etc.
He's not very good at sharing his worries.
It's nice to have someone you can share your problems with.
Come on, Bob, share the joke (with us).
Informal talking and conversation