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Translation of "please" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

please

exclamation     /pliːz/
used to make a request more polite 好吗,请(用于客气地请求) Could I have two cups of coffee and a tea, please? 给我来两杯咖啡、一杯茶好吗? Please remember to close the windows before you leave. 您离开前请记住关上窗户。 Polite expressions used to add force to a request or demand 请,求求你(用于加强请求或要求的语气) Please, David, put the knife down. 求求你,戴维,把刀放下。 Oh, please. Do shut up! 好了,别说了! Making appeals and requests UK used especially by children to a teacher or other adult in order to get their attention 让我说(尤指儿童为引起老师或其他成年人的注意时的用语) Please, Miss, I know the answer! 我来说,老师,我知道答案! Polite expressions used when accepting something politely or enthusiastically 行,谢谢用于礼貌或热情地接受某物时 "More potatoes?" "Please." “再来点儿土豆?”“好的。” "May I bring my husband?" "Please do." “我可以带我丈夫来吗?”“当然可以。” mainly UK "Oh, yes please, " shouted the children. “哦,太好了,”孩子们叫道。 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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