The Chinese word 推迟 means to postpone or to delay. It is commonly used in everyday conversation and in formal settings to indicate that an event or appointment has been rescheduled to a later time or date. For example, if a meeting is originally scheduled for Monday but is postponed until Wednesday, you could say “会议被推迟到星期三了”. This word is also commonly used in news and media to report on the postponement of events or decisions.
Verb: to postpone, to defer
|由于天气原因，我们不得不推迟比赛||yóuyú tiānqì yuányīn, wǒmen bùdé bù tuīchí bǐsài||Due to the weather, we have to postpone the game|
|他的会议因为紧急事件而被推迟到下个星期||tā de huìyì yīnwèi jǐnjí shìjiàn ér bèi tuīchí dào xià gè xīngqī||His meeting has been postponed to next week due to an emergency|
|他们决定推迟旅行计划，因为疫情不断恶化||tāmen juédìng tuīchí lǚxíng jìhuà, yīnwèi yìqíng bùduàn èhuà||They decided to delay their travel plans because the epidemic is getting worse|
|由于工人罢工，项目的开工时间被推迟了||yóuyú gōngrén bàgōng, xiàngmù de kāigōng shíjiān bèi tuīchí le||Due to the workers’ strike, the start time of the project has been postponed|
|我们的会议因为主要演讲者生病而被推迟||wǒmen de huìyì yīnwèi zhǔyào yǎnjiǎng zhě shēngbìng ér bèi tuīchí||Our meeting has been postponed because the main speaker is sick|