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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “voice”

voice

noun (OPINION)
觀點
 
 
/vɔɪs/
[C often singular, U] (the right to) an expression of opinion
意見的表達;發言權;表達意見的權利
There was only one dissenting voice during the discussion.
討論中只有一個不同的聲音。
Unfortunately a strike was the only way to make our voices heard.
不幸的是,罷工是唯一能讓人聽到我們呼聲的方法。
The committee represents the voice of the students.
那個委員會代表了學生的意願。
Developing countries are demanding a stronger voice (= right to express opinions) in the debate.
發展中國家正要求在辯論中擁有更多的發言權。
Opinions, beliefs and points of viewHuman rights
[S] an important quality or opinion which someone expresses, or the person who is able to express it
意見;觀點;願望;發表意見的人
She just won't listen to the voice of reason.
她就是不願意傾聽理智的聲音。
I wouldn't work for Peter if I were you - this is the voice of experience talking!
我要是你的話就不會為彼得工作——這可是經驗之談!
Opinions, beliefs and points of viewSpeakers and talkers
(Definition of voice noun (OPINION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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