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Translation of "car" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

car

noun [C]     /kɑːr/ US  /kɑːr/
a road vehicle with an engine, four wheels, and seats for a small number of people 汽車 They don't have a car. 他們沒有汽車。 Where did you park your car? 你把車停在哪裡了? It's quicker by car. 開車快一點。 a car chase/accident/factory 汽車追逐/車禍/汽車廠 Cars
a part of a train used for a special purpose (火車)車廂 a restaurant/sleeping car 餐車/臥鋪車廂 Trains and parts of trains
(Definition of car from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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