stretch verb (REACH) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "stretch" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

stretch

verb (REACH)
伸展
 
 
/stretʃ/
[T usually + adv/prep] to cause something to reach, often as far as possible, in a particular direction
伸出;伸長;拉伸
I tripped on a piece of wire that someone had stretched across the path.
我被不知是誰拉在路上的一根電線絆倒了。
She stretched out her hand and helped him from his chair.
她伸手將他從椅子上扶起來。
Arriving, entering and invadingStretching the body
[I] to straighten your body or your arms or legs so that they are as long as possible, in order to exercise the joints (= place where two bones are connected) after you have been in the same place or position for a long time
伸展,舒展(四肢)
"I'm so tired, " she said, yawning and stretching.
「我太累了。」她打著呵欠伸了個懶腰說。
It's a good idea to stretch before you take vigorous exercise.
在進行劇烈運動前,應該先伸展一下身體。
Stretching the body
(Definition of stretch verb (REACH) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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