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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “special”

special

adjective (NOT USUAL)
不平常的
 
 
/ˈspeʃ.əl/
not ordinary or usual
特殊的,特別的;不尋常的
The car has a number of special safety features.
這輛汽車配備有一些特別的安全裝置。
Is there anything special that you'd like to do today?
今天你有沒有甚麽特別的事要做?
Passengers should tell the airline in advance if they have any special dietary needs.
乘客如有特殊的飲食需要,須事先向航空公司說明。
I don't expect special treatment - I just want to be treated fairly.
我並不指望得到特殊待遇——我只希望能受到公平對待。
Full details of the election results will be published in a special edition of tomorrow's newspaper.
選舉結果的詳細情況明天將刊登在報紙的特別版上。
I have a suit for special occasions.
我有一套專門在特殊場合穿的套裝。
There's a 50p-off special offer on cornflakes/UK alsoCornflakes are on special offer (= They are being sold at a reduced price) this week.
脆玉米片本周降價50便士/特價。
Unique and unusualGood, better and best in terms of quality
particularly great or important, or having an extra quality
格外好的;特別重要的;額外的
Could I ask you a special favour?
你能另外幫我一個忙嗎?
I'm cooking something special for her birthday.
我要爲她的生日準備一些別出心裁的菜。
Unique and unusualGood, better and best in terms of quality
(Definition of special adjective (NOT USUAL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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