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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “to”

to

preposition (IN HONOUR OF)
為向…表示敬意
 
 
strong /tuː/ weak // /tu/ // US  // US  /t̬ə/ US  /tu/
in honour or memory of
為向…表示敬意;為了紀念
I proposed a toast to the bride and the groom.
我提議為新娘新郎乾杯。
The record is dedicated to her mother, who died recently.
這張唱片是獻給她不久前去世的母親。
(Definition of to preposition (IN HONOUR OF) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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