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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “trip”

trip

noun (EXPERIENCE)
體驗
 
 
/trɪp/
[C] slang an experience in which someone sees, hears or feels things that do not exist as a result of taking an illegal drug
(服用毒品後)產生幻覺
If you take this stuff when you're depressed, you'll have a really bad trip.
如果你心情沮喪時服用這種東西,會產生一種特別不舒服的幻覺。
Drugs - general wordsSpecific types of drug
guilt/power/ego trip disapproving when you experience a particular feeling strongly over a period of time
強烈的內疚/擁有權力的快感/極度自負心理
She's been on a real power trip since she became the office manager.
自從成為辦公室主管後,她就一直陶醉在擁有權力的喜悅之中。
I suffer from the classic working mother's guilt trip.
我像眾多有工作的媽媽一樣,對孩子深感歉疚。
Feelings - general words
(Definition of trip noun (EXPERIENCE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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