sympathy noun (UNDERSTANDING) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "sympathy" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

sympathy

noun (UNDERSTANDING)
理解
 
 
/ˈsɪm.pə.θi/
[U] (an expression of) understanding and care for someone else's suffering
同情(心),理解
The president has sent a message of sympathy to the relatives of the dead soldiers.
總統已經向陣亡士兵的家屬發出弔唁電報。
I don't have much sympathy for her - I think she's brought her troubles on herself.
我不太同情她——我覺得她是在自找麻煩。
→  Compare empathy Sympathy and compassion
offer/send your sympathies formal to express your sadness to someone because a relation or friend of theirs has recently died
慰問,弔唁,弔慰
I went along to the funeral in order to offer my sympathies.
我去參加葬禮以表弔慰。
Sympathy and compassion
(Definition of sympathy noun (UNDERSTANDING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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