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  1. Robin Hood

    • IPA[ˈräbən ˌho͝od]

    美式

    • ph.
      a semilegendary English medieval outlaw, reputed to have robbed the rich and helped the poor. Although he is generally associated with Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire, it seems likely that the real Robin Hood operated in Yorkshire in the early 13th century.
    • n.
      a person considered to be taking from the wealthy and giving to the poor.
    • noun: Robin Hood, plural noun: Robin Hoods

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • ph.
      片語
    • 1. a semilegendary English medieval outlaw, reputed to have robbed the rich and helped the poor. Although he is generally associated with Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire, it seems likely that the real Robin Hood operated in Yorkshire in the early 13th century.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a person considered to be taking from the wealthy and giving to the poor.
    • n. a tax aiming to redistribute resources in order to achieve greater social equality, especially a proposed tax on transactions made by financial institutions:

    • any indication that the Robin Hood Tax might be implemented soon will be welcomed by anti-poverty campaigners

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    • IPA[rɒbɪn ˈhʊd]

    英式

    • ph.
      a semi-legendary English medieval outlaw, reputed to have robbed the rich and helped the poor. Although he is generally associated with Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire, it seems likely that the real Robin Hood operated in Yorkshire in the early 13th century.
    • n.
      a person considered to be taking from the wealthy and giving to the poor:
    • a latter-day Robin Hood, he takes from the exchequers of the rich West to provide capital for the poor East

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