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Translation of "-year" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

-year

suffix   /-jɪər/ US  /-jɪr/ UK
used to refer to a student in a particular year group at a school, college or university …年級的學生 I like teaching the first-years, but the second-years can be difficult. 我喜歡教一年級的學生,而二年級的學生可能比較難應付。 a first-year student 一年級的學生 Students and pupils
Translations of “-year”
in Chinese (Simplified) …年级的学生…
(Definition of -year suffix from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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