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thing

noun [C] (PERSON/ANIMAL)
人/動物
 
 
/θɪŋ/
used after an adjective to refer to a person or animal with love or sympathy
人,傢夥,東西(指人或動物,帶有疼愛或憐憫的感情色彩)
The poor things were kept in small cages without room to move.
這些可憐的東西都被關在小籠子裡,連動一動的空間都沒有。
[as form of address] You lucky thing winning a car.
你這走運的傢夥,竟然贏了一輛汽車。
General and informal words for animals
(Definition of thing noun (PERSON/ANIMAL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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