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thing

noun (ACTION) 行動     /θɪŋ/
a/one thing [S]
used to talk about a particular action, agreement, etc. 一種事;這種事(用於談論某一特殊行動、協議等) I went by plane, a thing I hardly ever do. 我是乘飛機去的——我很少這樣。 One thing you'll have to agree to is working in the evenings. 有件你必須同意的事,就是你得在晚上工作。 Something, anything, nothing, and everything
the ... thing [S]
used to make noun phrases with particular adjectives and adverbs (構成帶有特定形容詞和副詞的名詞短語) The first thing (to do) is to write your name at the top of the page. 首先要做的就是把你的名字寫在這一頁的上方。
(Definition of thing noun (ACTION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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