English translation of '除外'
⇒ 班长除外,每个人都得写份报告。(Bānzhǎng chúwài, měigè rén dōu děi xiě fèn bàogào.)
Everyone had to write a report except the class monitor.
⇒ 雨天除外,他每天步行上班。(Yǔtiān chúwài, tā měitiān bùxíng shàngbān.)
He walks to work every day, except when it rains.
'除外' in Other Languages
British English: excluding /ɪkˈskluːdɪŋ/ PREPOSITION
You use excluding before mentioning a person or thing to show that you are not including them in your statement.
This applies to most vertebrates (excluding mammals).
- American English: excluding
- Arabic: بِاِسْتِثْناء
- Brazilian Portuguese: exceto
- Chinese: 除外
- Croatian: isključujući
- Czech: kromě
- Danish: fraregnet
- Dutch: exlusief
- European Spanish: sin incluir
- Finnish: pois lukien
- French: à l’exclusion de
- German: ausgenommen
- Greek: εξαιρουμένου
- Italian: eccetto
- Japanese: ･･･を除いて
- Korean: ...을 제외하고
- Norwegian: unntatt
- Polish: wyłączając
- European Portuguese: exceto
- Romanian: fără
- Russian: исключая
- Spanish: sin incluir
- Swedish: exklusive
- Thai: ที่แยกออกไป
- Turkish: dışında onu hariç tutarak
- Ukrainian: за винятком
- Vietnamese: trừ
British English: excepted ADVERB
You use excepted after you have mentioned a person or thing to show that you do not include them in the statement you are making.
This man excepted, the men seemed personable.
British English: excepting PREPOSITION
You use excepting to introduce the only thing that prevents a statement from being completely true.
There was no noise, excepting his neighbour's voice.
Translation of 除外 from the Collins Chinese to English Dictionary