time noun (OCCASION) translate to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "time" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


[C] an occasion or period, or the experience connected with it
The last time we went to Paris, it rained every day.
Every time/Each time I ask you to do something, you always say you're too busy.
They go swimming three or four times a week.
There are times when I wish I didn't live where I do.
The UK four-times/ US four-time champion (= the person who had been the winner on four occasions in the past) was unexpectedly defeated in the second round of the competition.
If I'd known at the time (= then) that she was his former wife, I'd never have said what I did.
Sometimes I enjoy my English lessons, but at other times (= on other occasions) I find them really boring.
For the umpteenth/hundredth/thousandth time, (= I've told you on many occasions to) stop hitting your sister.
Did you have a bad/good time (= an unenjoyable/enjoyable experience) at the conference?
She had an easy/hard time of it (= a comfortable/uncomfortable experience) with the birth of her second baby.
Points in timeExperiencing and suffering
at all times continuously
When you're at the airport, you should make sure you have your luggage with you at all times.
Always and never
at (any) one time ( also at a time, also at any given time) at or during any particular point or moment in the day
Only a certain number of people are allowed in the building at any one time.
I'm sorry, but I'm too busy to help you now - I can only do one thing at a time.
Points in time
at times sometimes
You can be really annoying at times, you know.
Rarely and infrequently
the times UK on many occasions
The times I've told you, ask before you borrow my clothes.
Continually and repeatedly
(Definition of time noun (OCCASION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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