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Translation of "spent" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

spent

adjective     /spent/
Something that is spent has been used so that it no longer has any power or effectiveness 用盡的;失效的 spent bullets/matches 空彈/用過的火柴 After several defeats in a row, people are starting to say that the team is a spent force. 球隊經歷了一連串的失利之後,人們開始認爲他們已雄風不再。 Using and misusing
literary tired 疲憊的 We arrived home spent after our long journey. 長途旅行之後,我們回到家時已疲憊不堪。 Tired and making tired
(Definition of spent adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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