direction noun (POSITION) translation to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "direction" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

direction

noun (POSITION)
方向
 
 
/daɪˈrek.ʃən/
[C] the position towards which someone or something moves or faces
方向,朝向
"No, go that way," I said, pointing in the opposite direction.
「不對,往那邊走,」我一邊說一邊指著相反的方向。
He was going in the direction of the bedroom.
他正朝著臥室走去。
They drove away in opposite directions.
他們朝相反的方向駛去。
Direction of motionPoints of the compass
directions [plural] instructions that you give to someone about how to find a particular place
指路,指示路徑
Can you give me directions to your house?
你能告訴我去你家怎麼走嗎?
"Did you have any difficulty finding the theatre?" "No, your directions were excellent."
「那個戲院好找嗎?」「好找,你告訴我的路線非常清楚。」
Instructions and orders
sb's direction the area or position which someone is in
某人的方向
She keeps looking in my direction.
她一直朝我這邊看。
General location and orientation
sense of direction the ability to find places or to know which direction to go
方向感,方位感
a good sense of direction
很強的方向感
Which way is it? - I have no/a lousy sense of direction!
該走哪條路?——我沒有一點方向感/我的方向感極差!
Places and locationsUnpleasant places
Translations of “direction”
in Korean 방향…
in Arabic اتِّجاه…
in Portuguese direção…
in Catalan direcció…
in Japanese 方向, 方角…
in Italian direzione…
in Russian направление, путь развития, руководство…
in Turkish yön, istikamet, doğrultu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 方向, 方向,朝向…
in Polish kierunek, strona, kierownictwo…
(Definition of direction noun (POSITION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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