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Translation of "victim" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

victim

noun [C]     /ˈvɪk.tɪm/
someone or something which has been hurt, damaged or killed or has suffered, either because of the actions of someone or something else, or because of illness or chance 受害者;罹難者;犧牲者;犧牲品 to provide financial aid to hurricane/flood, etc. victims 為颶風/洪水等的受災者提供經濟援助 victims of crime 犯罪的受害者 The children are the innocent/helpless victims of the fighting. 孩子們是打架鬥毆的無辜/無助的受害者。 The new drug might help save the lives of cancer victims. 這種新藥也許可以用於挽救癌症病人的生命。 We appear to have been the victims of a cruel practical joke. 我們看來已經成了一個大惡作劇的受害者。 Our local hospital has become the latest victim of the cuts in government spending. 我們本地的醫院成了政府削減開支的最新受害者。 People who receive medical treatmentExperiencing and suffering fall victim to sth to be hurt, damaged or killed because of something or someone 成為…的受害者;被…所傷(或所害) In 1948, Gandhi fell victim to a member of a Hindu gang. 1948年,甘地被一個印度教幫派成員殺害。 The company has fallen victim to increased competition. 日益激烈的競爭讓這家公司深受其害。 Injuring and injuries
Translations of “victim”
in Arabic ضَحِيّة…
in Korean 피해자, 희생자…
in Malaysian mangsa…
in French victime…
in Turkish kurban…
in Italian vittima…
in Russian жертва…
in Polish ofiara…
in Vietnamese nạn nhân…
in Spanish víctima…
in Portuguese vítima…
in Thai เหยื่อ…
in German das Opfer…
in Catalan víctima…
in Japanese 犠牲者…
in Indonesian korban…
in Chinese (Simplified) 受害者, 罹难者, 牺牲者…
(Definition of victim from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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