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span

verb [T] (TIME) 時間     /spæn/ (-nn-)
to exist or continue for a particular length of time (時間)持續,跨越 Tennis has a history spanning several centuries. 網球的歷史長達幾個世紀。 Her acting career spanned almost six decades. 她的演藝生涯持續了近60載。 Continue and last
Translations of “span”
in Korean 수명…
in Arabic يَدوم…
in Portuguese continuar…
in Catalan durar, abastar…
in Japanese (ある期間に)及ぶ, わたる…
in Italian durare…
in Chinese (Simplified) 时间, (时间)持续,跨越…
(Definition of span verb (TIME) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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