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role

noun [C] (DUTY) 職責     /rəʊl/ US  /roʊl/
the position or purpose that someone or something has in a situation, organization, society or relationship 地位;職責;作用;任務 What is his role in this project? 他在這個工程中負責甚麽? Schools play an important role in society. 學校在社會中起著非常重要的作用。 Six people have been put on trial for their role (= involvement) in the anti-government demonstrations. 六人因為參與反政府示威遊行而受審。 Position and status in groups and organizationsDuty, obligation and responsibility
Translations of “role”
in Korean (극이나 영화의) 배역, 역할…
in Arabic دَوْر…
in Portuguese papel…
in Catalan paper…
in Japanese (芝居や映画の)役, (果たすべき)役割, 役目…
in Italian ruolo, parte…
in Russian роль…
in Turkish görev, rol, yer…
in Chinese (Simplified) 职责, 地位, 作用…
in Polish rola…
(Definition of role noun (DUTY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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