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Translation of "vivid" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

vivid

adjective     /ˈvɪv.ɪd/
Vivid descriptions, memories, etc. produce very clear, powerful and detailed images in the mind (描述、記憶等)栩栩如生的,鮮活的,生動的 He gave a very vivid and often shocking account/description of his time in prison. 他生動地講述/描述了他的獄中生活,他說的常讓人覺得很震驚。 He's one of those people with a very vivid imagination - every time he hears a noise he's convinced it's someone breaking in. 他是那種想像力異常豐富的人——每次聽到聲響都以為是有人闖進來了。 Having a powerful effectStrong feelingsVery and extreme very brightly coloured (顏色)鮮豔的,明亮的 She was wearing a vivid pink shirt. 她穿著一件鮮艷的粉紅色襯衫。 The qualities of colour vividly     /ˈvɪv.ɪd.li/ adverb I vividly remember my first day at school. 我仍清晰記得第一天上學的情景。 Having a powerful effectStrong feelingsVery and extreme vividness     /ˈvɪv.ɪd.nəs/ noun [U] Power and intensityEnergy, force and power
(Definition of vivid from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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