Chinese to English Translation Training – Addiction

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手机依赖症

手机依赖症是一种新型心理疾病,尤其青睐青年白领女性、业务担子重的中年男人和学生三类人。随着手机在中国普及率的快速提高,越来越多的手机持有者发现自己已经无法离开这个“爱物儿”,哪怕只是半天儿不见,也会魂不守舍,坐卧不宁。

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Note: The above text has been adapted from: https://baike.baidu.com/item/手机依赖症

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手机依赖症
手机依赖症是一种新型心理疾病,尤其青睐青年白领女性、业务担子重的中年男人和学生三类人。随着手机在中国普及率的快速提高,越来越多的手机持有者发现自己已经无法离开这个“爱物儿”,哪怕只是半天儿不见,也会魂不守舍,坐卧不宁。

Mobile Phone Dependency
Mobile phone dependency is a new kind of mental disorder, especially being prevalent among students, young office ladies and middle-aged men who carry heavy workloads. As the soaring popularity of mobile phones in China, more and more mobile phone users found that they cannot live without their mobile devices. What’s worse, people are too attached to their smartphones that they would be absent-minded and restless if they do not check mobile phones constantly.

MOBILE PHONE ADDICTION
Mobile phone addiction is a new kind of psychological disease, typically experienced by three groups of people: young white-collar women, middle-aged men with heavy workloads, and students. With the rapid growth of mobile use in China, more and more mobile users have found that they can no longer live without this “beloved device”. Even without seeing their mobile phones for just half a day, they may find it hard to concentrate and be relaxed.

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