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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “suppose”

suppose

conjunction
 
 
/səˈpəʊz/ US  /-ˈpoʊz/ (also supposing)
used at the beginning of a sentence or clause to mean 'what would happen if'
(用於句首)假如,假設,如果
Suppose we miss the train - what will we do then?
假設我們錯過了火車——那我們該怎麼辦?
We'd love to come and see you on Saturday, supposing (= if) I don't have to work that day.
如果我星期六不用上班的話,我們會來看你。
Connecting words which express a condition
(Definition of suppose conjunction from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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