pilot verb (INTRODUCE) translation to Traditional Chinese
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pilot

verb [T usually + adv/prep] (INTRODUCE)
引入
 
 
/ˈpaɪ.lət/ mainly UK
to be responsible for introducing a new law or system and making certain it is established
使(新的法律或制度)順利通過
Twenty years ago he piloted a bill through Parliament on working conditions.
20年前他力促議會通過一項有關工作環境的議案。
Legislation and law-makingStarting and beginningStarting again
Translations of “pilot”
in Chinese (Simplified) 引入, 使(新的法律或制度)顺利通过…
(Definition of pilot verb (INTRODUCE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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