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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “on”

on

preposition (MONEY)
 
 
/ɒn/ US  /ɑːn/
used to show something for which a payment is made
付錢買…;在…上(花費)
He spent eighty pounds on a hat.
買一頂帽子,他花了80英鎊。
I've wasted a lot of money on this car.
我在這輛汽車上浪費了許多金錢。
We made a big profit on that deal.
我們在那筆生意上獲利甚豐。
How much interest are you paying on the loan?
這筆貸款你要支付多少利息?
Paying and spending money
(Definition of on preposition (MONEY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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