trip noun (JOURNEY) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "trip" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

trip

noun [C] (JOURNEY)
旅行
 
 
/trɪp/
a journey in which you go somewhere, usually for a short time, and come back again
(通常指短途的)旅行,行程
The trip from York to Newcastle takes about an hour by train.
乘火車從約克到紐卡斯爾大約要一個小時。
Do you want to go on the school trip to France this year?
今年你想去法國遊學嗎?
I thought we might hire a motorboat and take a trip round/around the bay.
我覺得我們可以租一艘汽艇,繞著海灣兜一圈。
mainly UK We can't afford another trip abroad this year.
今年我們沒錢再次去國外旅行。
It's a 10-mile trip from the airport to the city centre.
從機場到市中心有十英里路。
She's away on a business trip and won't be back until next week.
她出差了,下周才回來。
I was thinking we might go on a shopping trip to Oxford on Saturday.
我在想我們週六可以去牛津購物。
Journeys
Translations of “trip”
in Korean 여행…
in Arabic رِحْلة…
in Portuguese viagem, excursão…
in Catalan viatge, excursió, sortida…
in Japanese 旅行, 外出…
in Italian viaggio, gita, salto…
in Russian поездка…
in Turkish gezinti, gezi, yolculuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 旅行, (通常指短途的)旅行,行程…
in Polish podróż, wycieczka…
(Definition of trip noun (JOURNEY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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