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Translation of "spec" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

spec

noun     /spek/ informal
on spec taking a chance, without being sure that you will get what you want 碰運氣 We just turned up at the airport on spec, hoping that we'd get tickets. 我們只不過到機場去碰碰運氣,希望能弄到機票。 You could always send your CV to a few companies on spec. 你總還可以把你的簡歷寄給幾家公司,碰碰運氣嘛。 UncertaintyHesitatingAchievable
(Definition of spec noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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