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adjective (LIKELY) 有可能的     /strɒŋ/ US  /strɑːŋ/
very likely to happen 可能性很大的,很有可能的 There's a strong possibility/likelihood of finding the child within the next few hours. 很有可能在隨後的幾個小時內找到孩子。 The treatment's chances of success are stronger if it is started as soon as the disease is diagnosed. 該病診斷確定之後如果馬上接受治療,治癒的可能會大很多。 Possible and probable
(Definition of strong adjective (LIKELY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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