ball noun (ROUND OBJECT) translation to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "ball" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

ball

noun [C] (ROUND OBJECT)
圓物
 
 
/bɔːl/ US  /bɑːl/
any object in the shape of a sphere, especially one used as a toy by children or in various sports such as tennis and football
球;球狀物
a beach/golf/tennis ball
沙灘球/高爾夫球/網球
Just try to concentrate on hitting the ball.
盡量集中精神,只想著擊球。
The kitten curled itself into a ball (= the shape of a ball).
小貓蜷縮成一團。
Spherical, circular and annular objectsGeometrical shapesToys and dolls
a long piece of thread that has been rolled into a ball
線團
a ball of string/wool
線團/毛線球
Spherical, circular and annular objectsGeometrical shapes
The ball of your foot or thumb is the rounded part where the toes join the foot and the thumb joins the hand.
拇指球;大腳趾球
The footThe hand
(Definition of ball noun (ROUND OBJECT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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