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Translation of "splendid" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

splendid

adjective     /ˈsplen.dɪd/ formal
excellent, or beautiful and impressive 極佳的,非常好的;華麗的;壯麗的 We had splendid food/a splendid holiday/splendid weather. 我們的食物/我們的假期/我們碰到的天氣簡直太棒了。 You look splendid in that outfit. 你穿那一身衣服簡直棒極了。 →  See also resplendent Extremely good splendidly     /ˈsplen.dɪd.li/ adverb
(Definition of splendid from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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