peel verb (COVERING) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "peel" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

peel

verb [I or T, usually + adv/prep] (COVERING)
覆蓋物
 
 
/piːl/
If a layer or covering peels, it slowly comes off, and if you peel a layer or covering, you remove it slowly and carefully
(表層)脫落,剝落;剝去(表層),剝去…的殼
We peeled the wallpaper off the walls.
我們把壁紙從牆上撕了下來。
Peel off the backing strip and press the label down firmly.
撕下背墊條,將標籤用力下壓。
The posters were peeling away from the damp walls.
海報正從潮濕的牆面脫落。
The new paint is already starting to crack and peel.
新漆已經開始出現裂紋並脫落。
Removing and extractingTearing and breaking into pieces
(Definition of peel verb (COVERING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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