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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “where”

where

adverb, conjunction
 
 
/weər/ US  /wer/
to, at or in what place
去哪裡;在哪裡
Where does he live?
他住在哪裡?
"I put it on your desk." "Where? I can't see it?"
「我把它放在你書桌上了。」「在哪裡?我怎麼沒看到?」
Where are we going?
我們要去哪裡?
Now where did I put my glasses?
我把眼鏡放在哪裡了?
Where's the party being held?
聚會在哪裡舉行?
Could you tell me where Barker Drive is please?
你能告訴我巴克大街怎麼走嗎?
Where did you put my umbrella?
你把我的雨傘放在哪裡了?
I've left my keys somewhere and I don't know where.
我把鎖匙放在甚麼地方了,我想不起來放哪裡了。
You've found my diary - where on Earth was it?
你找到我的日記——它到底在哪裡呢?
I've been meaning to ask you where you get your hair cut.
我一直想問你是在甚麼地方剪的頭髮。
Bradford, where Bren comes from, has a lot of good curry restaurants.
布拉德福德,布倫的家鄉,有很多不錯的咖喱飯店。
She lived in Rome for a couple of years, where she taught English.
她在羅馬生活了幾年,其間在那裡教英語。
You see where Mira is standing? Well, he's behind her.
你看到米拉站在哪裡了嗎?嗯,他在她的後面。
I like to have him next to me where I can keep an eye on him.
我想讓他跟著我,這樣我就可以順便照顧他了。
I read it somewhere - I don't know where (= in which book, newspaper, etc.).
我在甚麼地方讀過——我不記得是在哪裡了。
Question words and expressions
used when referring to a particular stage in a process or activity
處於某種階段;到了某種地步
You reach a point in any project where you just want to get the thing finished.
做任何專案計劃時都會有那麼一個階段,就是只想趕快完成。
I've reached the stage where I just don't care any more.
我已經到了甚麼也不再在乎的地步了。
Relative forms
in what situation
處於何種情況
You're not available on the 12th and Andrew can't make the 20th - so where does that leave us?
你12號沒時間,而安德魯20號不行——那我們還能選哪個時間呢?
Where do you see yourself five years from now?
你覺得自己五年之後會是甚麼樣?
Question words and expressions
(Definition of where from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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