please exclamation translate to Mandarin Chinese

Translation of "please" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary


used to make a request more polite
Could I have two cups of coffee and a tea, please?
Please remember to close the windows before you leave.
Polite expressions
used to add force to a request or demand
Please, David, put the knife down.
Oh, please. Do shut up!
Making appeals and requests
UK used especially by children to a teacher or other adult in order to get their attention
Please, Miss, I know the answer!
Polite expressions
used when accepting something politely or enthusiastically
"More potatoes?" "Please."
"May I bring my husband?" "Please do."
mainly UK "Oh, yes please, " shouted the children.
Words and phrases expressing agreement and acceptance
(Definition of please exclamation from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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