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mean

verb [T] (EXPRESS) 表達     /miːn/ (meant)
to express or represent something such as an idea, thought, or fact 意思是;意味著 What does this word mean? 這個詞是甚麼意思? [+ that] These figures mean that almost 7% of the working population is unemployed. 這些數字意味著近7%的勞動人口處於失業狀態。 What do you mean by that remark? 你那句話是甚麼意思? She's quite odd though. Do you know what I mean? 可是她有點怪。你明白我指甚麼嗎? Meaning and significanceTypifying, illustrating and exemplifying
used to add emphasis to what you are saying (用於強調)是…的意思 I want you home by midnight. And I mean midnight. 我要你午夜前回家,記住是午夜。 Give it back now! I mean it. 現在就把它還了!我是說真的。 Meaning and significanceTypifying, illustrating and exemplifying
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