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repair

verb [T]
 
 
/rɪˈpeər/ US  /-ˈper/
to put something that is damaged, broken or not working correctly, back into good condition or make it work again
修理;修補;修復;整修
to repair (the surface of) the road
修路(面)
to repair a roof after a storm
暴風雨後修理房頂
The garage said the car was so old it wasn't worth repairing.
修車廠的人說這輛車太舊,不值得修了。
I really must get my bike repaired this weekend.
這個週末我真得修修腳踏車了。
Correcting and mendingEditing and compiling
If you repair something wrong or harmful that has been done, you do something to make it right
補救;糾正;彌補
to repair a broken friendship
修復破裂的友情
Is it too late to repair the damage we have done to our planet?
現在採取措施挽回我們對地球所造成的破壞已為時太晚了嗎?
Making things betterBecoming better
(Definition of repair verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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