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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “traffic”

traffic

noun [U] (VEHICLES)
車輛
 
 
/ˈtræf.ɪk/
the amount of vehicles moving along roads, or the amount of aircraft, trains or ships moving along a route
交通流量
There was heavy/a lot of traffic on the roads this morning.
今晨道路上車流量很大。
We got stuck in traffic for several hours.
我們碰上交通阻塞,被堵了好幾個小時。
New measures have been introduced to try and ease traffic congestion in the city.
這個城市已經採取了新措施,試圖緩解交通擠塞。
Five people were injured in a traffic accident (= one involving vehicles).
有五人在交通事故中受傷。
Air traffic has increased 30% in the last decade.
在過去的十年裡,空中交通量增加了30%。
Traffic jams
people or goods transported by road, air, train or ship, as a business
運輸量
The airline halved its overseas service because of a sharp reduction in traffic.
該航空公司因運輸量驟降而削減了一半海外業務。
Environmental groups want more passenger and freight traffic moved off the roads and onto trains.
環保團體想要把更多的客運和貨運業務從公路轉移到鐵路上。
Travellers and visitors
(Definition of traffic noun (VEHICLES) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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