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Translation of "whoa" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

whoa

exclamation     /wəʊ/ US  /woʊ/
used when telling a horse to stop 籲!(用於喝令馬停下) "Whoa there, Poppy," he said to his pony, and pulled up beside the kerb. 「籲,波皮。」他向自己的小馬喝道,扯扯韁繩停在路邊。 Horse ridingHorse racing informal used when telling a person to stop what they are doing or to do it more slowly 且慢;慢點 Yes, carrots please, - whoa! That's plenty. 是的,要些胡蘿蔔,——好了!這就足夠了。 Expressions telling people to stop doing something
Translations of “whoa”
in Chinese (Simplified) 吁!(用于喝令马停下), 且慢, 慢点…
(Definition of whoa from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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