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Translation of "work" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

work

noun (EVERYTHING) 所有的     /wɜːk/ US  /wɝːk/
the works informal everything that you might want or expect to find in a particular situation 全套物品 The bridegroom was wearing a morning suit, gloves, top hat - the works. 新郎穿著晨禮服,戴著手套和高頂禮帽——全套的行頭。 mainly US And let me have two large pizzas with the works (= with all available types of food on top). 給我來兩份全套的薄餅吧。 Something, anything, nothing, and everything
(Definition of work noun (EVERYTHING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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