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Translation of "utilize" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

utilize

verb [T] formal ( UK usually utilise)
 
 
/ˈjuː.tɪ.laɪz/ US  /-t̬əl.aɪz/
to use something in an effective way
使用;利用;應用
The vitamins come in a form that is easily utilized by the body.
把維生素製成易被人體吸收的産品。
Using and misusing
utilizable ( UK usually utilisable)
 
 
/ˈjuː.tɪ.laɪ.zə.bl̩/ US  /-t̬əl.aɪ-/ adjective
utilization ( UK usually utilisation)
 
 
/ˌjuː.tɪ.laɪˈzeɪ.ʃən/ US  /-t̬əl.ɪ-/ noun [U]
Sensible utilization of the world's resources is a priority.
最重要的是要合理利用全球資源。
Using and misusing
Translations of “utilize”
in Arabic يَستَخدِم…
in Korean 활용하다, 이용하다…
in Malaysian menggunakan…
in French utiliser…
in Turkish yararlanmak, faydalanmak…
in Italian utilizzare…
in Russian использовать…
in Polish wykorzystywać…
in Vietnamese sử dụng, tận dụng…
in Spanish utilizar…
in Portuguese utilizar, fazer uso de…
in Thai ใช้ประโยชน์…
in German verwenden…
in Catalan utilitzar, aprofitar…
in Japanese ~を利用する…
in Indonesian menggunakan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使用, 利用, 应用…
(Definition of utilize from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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