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thing

noun (REASON)
理由
 
 
/θɪŋ/
for one thing used to introduce a reason for something
首先;一方面
"Why won't you come to New York with me?" "For one thing, I don't like flying, and for another, I can't afford it."
「你為甚麼不跟我到紐約來?」「首先,我不喜歡坐飛機;再者,我買不起機票。」
Connecting words which introduce a cause or reason
(Definition of thing noun (REASON) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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