英國名歌手Katie Melua 最近為紅十字會發表了一首單曲以便募款，而這首單曲更登上了排行榜第一，之後Katie把心得貼在她的網站上。
I thought that because charity records don't seem as fashionable as they used to be, which is awful as raising money for a certain charity shouldn't be about whether it's "in" or not!
問題來了，之後的句子我不知道該如何翻譯，尤其是單字 in 在這個句子中到底代表什麼意思?
- Grace TALv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
***In the definition of dictionary, in can mean " popular or fashionable."
Informal usage: currently smart, popular, fashionable, etc. ex: an in place to go
Therefore, in this sentence, the singer is talking about the difficulty of fund rasing for charity, and people are concerned about
whether to donate money for a certain charity just because they are popular( fashionable) or not.
@ People shouldn't choose where to donate money for certain charity for fame, they should donate money just because
it's the right thing to do.Source(s): Grace TA's contributions
- 1 decade ago