exercise noun (PRACTICE) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "exercise" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

exercise

noun [C] (PRACTICE)
練習
 
 
/ˈek.sə.saɪz/ US  /-sɚ-/
an action or actions intended to improve something or make something happen
練習;訓練;演習
Ships from eight navies will be taking part in an exercise in the Pacific to improve their efficiency in combat.
來自8個國家的海軍軍艦將參加在太平洋舉行的軍事演習,以提高其作戰效率。
It would be a useful exercise for you to say the speech aloud several times.
大聲朗讀幾次講稿,將會有助你的發揮。
an exercise in public relations
公共關係課的情景模擬練習
Acting and actsDealing with things or people
a short piece of written work which you do to practise something you are learning
習題;練習
The book has exercises at the end of every chapter.
這本書每一章的後面都有練習題。
Exams, tests and exercises
(Definition of exercise noun (PRACTICE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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