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period

noun [C] (TIME)
時間
 
 
/ˈpɪə.ri.əd/ US  /ˈpɪr.i-/
a length of time
一段時間,時期
Her work means that she spends long periods away from home.
她的工作意味著她須長時間離家在外。
Unemployment in the first half of 1993 was 2% lower than in the same period the year before.
1993年上半年的失業率比前一年同期低2%。
Fifteen people were killed in/over a period of four days.
在四天內有15人被殺。
The study will be carried out over a six-month period.
調查將持續六個月。
Periods of time - general words
in school, a division of time in the day when a subject is taught
課時,學時,一節(課)
We have six periods of science a week.
我們一周有六節自然科學課。
Classes, courses and coursework
a fixed time during the life of a person or in history
(人一生中或歷史上的)時期;階段
Most teenagers go through a rebellious period.
大部分青少年都要經過一個叛逆期。
The house was built during the Elizabethan period.
這幢房子是在伊莉莎白時期建造的。
Stages and phasesStages of life
(Definition of period noun (TIME) from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (tradicionál) © Cambridge University Press)
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