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'træfɪk
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Social or verbal interchange.
  2. Buying and selling; especially illicit trade.
  3. The amount of activity over a communication system during a given period of time.
  4. The aggregation of things (pedestrians or vehicles) coming and going in a particular locality during a specified period of time.
(动) As a verb
  1. Trade or deal a commodity.
  2. Deal illegally.
Hyphenationtraf•fic
Part of Speech(名) noun
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交通jiāotōngto be connected; traffic; transportation; communications; liaison
通行tōngxíngto go through; a passage through; in general use; a pass or laissez-passer; a license (to a computer account)
运输yùnshūtransport; haulage; transit
贸易màoyì(commercial) trade
交易jiāoyì(business) transaction; business deal
交往jiāowǎngto associate (with); to have contact (with); to hang out (with); to date; (interpersonal) relationship; association; contact
通信量tōngxìn liàngcommunications volume
浏览量liúlǎn liàng(website) traffic; page views; volume of website traffic
贩私fànsīto traffic (smuggled goods); illegal trading
车流chēliútraffic; rate of traffic flow
车行chēxíngtraffic; to drive (i.e. travel in a vehicle)
通信量交易tōngxìnliàng jiāoyìtraffic
贩运fànyùnto transport (for sale); to traffic (in something)
贩卖fànmàito sell; to peddle; to traffic
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