sound verb (NOISE) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "sound" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

sound

verb (NOISE)
聲響
 
 
/saʊnd/
[I or T] to make a noise
(使)發聲;(使)作響
If the alarm sounds, leave the building immediately.
如果警報聲響起,馬上離開大樓。
It sounds like a bird.
聽起來像一隻鳥。
He sounds (= speaks) just like someone I used to work with.
他說話很像我以前的一個同事。
Sounding the car's horn, she drove at high speed through the crowded streets.
她按響汽車喇叭,猛踩油門,飛速穿過熙熙攘攘的大街。
Sounds made by objects, movement or impactSounds made by humans with their mouths
sound the alarm to cause a noise to be made or say or shout a message to warn people about something
拉響警報;發出警報
Quick, sound the alarm - there's a fire in the machine room!
快,拉警報——機房裡著火了!
Threats and warnings
(Definition of sound verb (NOISE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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