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Traducción de "chop" - Diccionario Inglés-Chino Mandarín

chop

verb [T]     /tʃɒp/ US  /tʃɑːp/ (-pp-)
to cut something into pieces with an axe, knife or other sharp instrument 劈;砍;剁碎,切碎 He was chopping wood in the yard. 他在院子里劈木头。 Add some fresh parsley, finely chopped. 加一些剁碎的新鲜欧芹。 Chop (up) the onions and carrots roughly. 把洋葱和胡萝卜切成大块。 informal Laura had her hair chopped (= cut) yesterday. 劳拉昨天去剪了发。 Cutting and stabbing If something is chopped in finance or business, it is stopped or reduced 减少,削减(资金或生意);终止(生意) Because of lack of funding many long-term research projects are being chopped. 因为缺乏资金,许多长期的研究项目被砍掉了。 Causing something to endComing to an end
(Definition of chop verb from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (simplificado) © Cambridge University Press)
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