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private

adjective (PERSONAL)
私人的
 
 
/ˈpraɪ.vət/
only for one person or group and not for everyone
私人(用)的;私有的
She has a small office which is used for private discussions.
她有一間小辦公室,做密談之用。
I caught him looking through my private papers.
我撞見他在翻閱我的私人文件。
The sign on the gate said 'Private Property - No Admittance.'
大門的標牌上寫著「私宅——閒人莫入」。
Particular and individual
describes activities which involve personal matters or relationships and are not connected with your work
私人的
Apparently in interviews he refuses to talk about his private life.
很明顯,他在採訪中不願談論自己的私生活。
Secrecy and privacy
describes thoughts and opinions which are secret and which you do not discuss with other people
不公開的,秘密的
Although I support the project in public, my private opinion is that it will fail.
雖然我當眾支持這項計劃,但我私底下認為它不會成功。
This is a private matter.
這是私事。
Secrecy and privacy
describes a place which is quiet and where there are no other people to see or hear you
(場所)清靜的,不受侵擾的
Is there somewhere private where we can talk?
有沒有一個安靜的地方好讓我們談一談?
Separateness and isolation in spaceAloneAloneSeparateness and isolation in spaceSecrecy and privacy
describes someone who does not like to talk about their personal feelings and thoughts
不願吐露心思的;不愛交流思想的;內向的
She's quite a private person.
她是一個很內向的人。
Shy and modestAnxious and worried
in private If you talk to someone or do something in private, you do it without other people being present
非公開的,私下的
Jamie wants to speak to me in private.
傑米想和我私下談談。
→  Compare in public ,at public adjective Secrecy and privacy
(Definition of private adjective (PERSONAL) from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (tradicionál) © Cambridge University Press)
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