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spoken foradjective [after verb]

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If something is spoken for, it is not available because someone has already bought or asked for it: Most of the best paintings in the exhibition were already spoken for. old-fashioned If someone is spoken for, they are not available for a romantic relationship because they are already having one with someone else: Both girls were spoken for.
Translations of “spoken for”
in Chinese (Traditional) 已有人訂購的, 有人要的, (人)有主的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 已有人订购的, 有人要的, (人)有主的…
(Definition of spoken for from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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