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Translation of "attention" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

attention

noun [U] (NOTICE) 注意     /əˈten.tʃən/
notice, thought or interest 注意,留心;考慮;關心 Ladies and gentlemen, could I have your attention, please? 女士們、先生們,請安靜。 They're organizing a campaign to draw people's attention to the environmentally harmful effects of using their cars. 他們正在組織一場運動,目的是使人們意識到開車對環境造成的危害。 Wait a moment and I'll give you my full/undivided attention (= I'll listen to and think about only you). 等一下,過一會兒我就可以全神貫注聽你說了。 After an hour, my attention started to wander (= I stopped taking notice). 一小時後,我開始分神了。 Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilantThinking and contemplating get/attract/catch sb's attention to make someone notice you 吸引某人的注意 I knocked on the window to get her attention. 我敲了敲窗,以使她注意到我。 Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilantThinking and contemplating pay attention (to sth/sb) to watch, listen to, or think about something or someone carefully or with interest 注意(觀看,傾聽,思考) If you don't pay attention now, you'll get it all wrong later. 如果你現在不注意聽,後面就會錯得一塌糊塗。 Don't pay any attention to Nina - she doesn't know what she's talking about. 別理睬妮娜——她都不知道自己在說甚麼。 He wasn't paying attention to the safety instructions. 他沒有注意安全指示。 Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilantThinking and contemplating the centre of attention the thing or person that a lot of people notice 焦點 He likes telling jokes and being the centre attention at parties. 他喜歡講笑話,於是成為派對上的焦點。 Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant turn your attention(s) to sth/sb to start to think about or concentrate on a particular thing or person 開始關注(某人或某事) Many countries are starting to turn their attention to new forms of energy. 很多國家現在已開始把注意力轉到新型能源上來。 Thinking and contemplatingPaying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilantThinking and contemplating
(Definition of attention noun (NOTICE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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