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Translation of "character" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

character

noun [C] (PERSON)     /ˈkær.ɪk.tər/ US  /ˈker.ɪk.tɚ/
a person, especially when you are describing a particular quality that they have (尤指具有某一特點的)人 She's a curious character - I don't really know what to think of her. 她真是個怪人——我真不知道該怎樣評價她。 There were one or two strange-looking characters hanging around the bar. 有一兩個樣子奇怪的人在酒吧裡轉來轉去。 People in general informal someone whose behaviour is different from most people's, especially in a way that is interesting or funny 與眾不同的人;(尤指)有趣的人,好玩的人 He's quite a character/a real character, is Ted - he's seventy now and still riding that motorbike. 特德真是個有趣的人——現在都70歲了,還騎著那輛摩托車。 Exceptional qualities, things and people
(Definition of character noun (PERSON) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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