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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “about”

about

preposition (CONNECTED WITH)
和…有關
 
 
/əˈbaʊt/
on the subject of; connected with
在…方面;有關,關於,涉及
What's that book about?
這本書是關於甚麼的?
a film about the Spanish Civil War
反映西班牙內戰的電影
We were talking/laughing about Sophie.
我們正談論 / 嘲笑索菲。
He's always (going) on about what a great job he's got.
他總是喋喋不休地炫耀他的工作有多麼好。
I'm worried about David.
我真為大衛擔心。
I really don't know what all the fuss is about.
我真不知道這麼大驚小怪到底是怎麼回事。
I wish you'd do something about (= take action to solve the problem of) your bedroom - it's a real mess.
我希望你能收拾一下你的臥室——裡面亂七八糟。
UK informal Could you make me a coffee too while you're about it (= while you are making one for yourself)?
你去沖咖啡的時候能不能給我也弄一杯?
What didn't you like about the play?
這齣劇哪些地方你不喜歡?
There's something about (= in the character of) her attitude that worries me.
她態度中表現出的一些問題讓我擔心。
There's something special about him (= in his character).
他性格中有種與眾不同的東西。
"Is that your car?" "Yes, what about it (= why are you asking me)?"
「那是你的車嗎?」「是的,怎麼啦?」(有時這種說話方式帶有一種憤怒或威脅的語氣)
Regarding and concerningLinking and relating
(Definition of about preposition (CONNECTED WITH) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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