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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “swear”

swear

verb [I] (USE RUDE WORDS)
使用粗話
 
 
/sweər/ US  /swer/ (swore, sworn)
to use words that are rude or offensive as a way of emphasizing what you mean or as a way of insulting someone or something
詛咒,咒罵
It was a real shock, the first time I heard my mother swear.
我第一次聽見母親罵人時,覺得非常震驚。
When the taxi driver started to swear at him, he walked off.
當計程車司機開口罵他時,他幹脆走開。
Swearing and blasphemy
(Definition of swear verb (USE RUDE WORDS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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