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Translation of "intact" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

intact

adjective     /ɪnˈtækt/
complete and in the original state 完整無缺的;未經觸動的 The church was destroyed in the bombing but the altar survived intact. 教堂在轟炸中被毀,但神壇卻完好無損。 Undamaged, unbroken or in good conditionComplete and wholeVery and extreme
not damaged 未受損傷的 It's difficult to emerge from such a scandal with your reputation still intact. 經歷這樣的醜聞難保你的名聲不受損害。 Undamaged, unbroken or in good condition
Translations of “intact”
in Arabic سَليم…
in Korean 온전한…
in Malaysian tidak rosak…
in French intact…
in Turkish sağlam, zarar görmemiş, bozulmamış…
in Italian intatto…
in Russian неповрежденный, целый…
in Polish nienaruszony, nietknięty…
in Vietnamese nguyên vẹn…
in Spanish intacto…
in Portuguese intacto…
in Thai ซึ่งไม่เสียหาย…
in German unversehrt…
in Catalan intacte…
in Japanese 無傷の…
in Indonesian utuh…
in Chinese (Simplified) 完整无缺的, 未经触动的, 未受损伤的…
(Definition of intact from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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