pure adjective (COMPLETE) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "pure" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

pure

adjective (COMPLETE)
完全的
 
 
/pjʊər/ US  /pjʊr/
[before noun] complete; only
完全的,純粹的,十足的
It was pure coincidence/chance that we met.
我們見面純屬巧合。
This last month has been pure hell.
對我們來說,上個月是十足的地獄。
Her face had a look of pure delight.
她滿臉的愉悅。
The minister dismissed the newspaper reports as pure speculation.
部長稱這篇新聞報道純屬臆測而不予理睬。
Complete and wholeVery and extreme
[before noun] describes an area of study that is studied only for the purpose of developing theories about it, not for the purpose of using those theories in a practical way
純理論的;抽象的
pure mathematics
理論數學;純數學
pure economics
理論經濟學
Subjects and disciplines
pure and simple used after a noun to mean 'and nothing else'
(用於名詞後)完全是,不折不扣,不過是
He is motivated by greed, pure and simple.
他完全是被貪婪所驅使。
Intensifying expressions
(Definition of pure adjective (COMPLETE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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