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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “on the whole”

on the whole

generally
總的來說;整體上講
We have our bad times but on the whole we're fairly happy.
我們有過糟糕的時期,但整體上來說還是相當快樂的。
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(Definition of on the whole from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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