character noun (QUALITY) translation to Mandarin Chinese

Translation of "character" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary


noun (QUALITY)
/ˈkær.ɪk.tər/ US  /ˈker.ɪk.tɚ/
[C or U] the particular combination of qualities in a person or place that makes them different from others
Politeness is traditionally part of the British character.
It would be very out of character (= not typical) of her to lie.
One of the joys of being a parent is watching the child's character develop.
The idea was to modernize various aspects of the house without changing its essential character.
It's not in his character to be (= he is not usually) jealous.
Mind and personalityScience of psychology and psychoanalysisConditions and characteristics
[U] qualities which are interesting and unusual
a hotel of character
I'd prefer an old place with a bit of character.
Old books are said to give a room character.
As people grow older, their faces acquire more character.
Exceptional qualities, things and peopleExcitement, interest, energy and enthusiasm
[U] the quality of being determined and able to deal with difficult situations
She has such strength of character.
Strength of will and determination
(Definition of character noun (QUALITY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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