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Translation of "solution" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

solution

noun [C] (ANSWER) 答案     /səˈluː.ʃən/
the answer to a problem 解決辦法;解決方案 There's no easy solution to this problem. 這個問題沒有容易的解決辦法。 She just seems so unhappy and I don't know what the solution is. 她似乎很不高興,但我不知道該怎麽辦。 When you finish doing the crossword, the solution is on the back page. 完成填字遊戲後,可以翻到背面去找答案。 They help you talk through your problems but they don't give you any solutions. 他們會幫你充分討論你的問題,但不會給你任何解決方案。 Solving and solutions
Translations of “solution”
in Korean 해결책…
in Arabic حَلّ…
in Portuguese solução, resolução…
in Catalan solució…
in Japanese 解決策, 解決方法…
in Italian soluzione…
in Russian решение, раствор…
in Turkish çözüm, çözüm yolu, eriyik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 答案, 解决办法, 解决方案…
in Polish rozwiązanie, roztwór…
(Definition of solution noun (ANSWER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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