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  1. alternative

    • IPA[ôlˈtərnədiv]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of one or more things) available as another possibility;(of two things) mutually exclusive
    • n.
      one of two or more available possibilities
    • noun: alternative, plural noun: alternatives

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    • 1. one of two or more available possibilities audiobooks are an interesting alternative to reading she had no alternative but to break the law
    • n.
      any of a range of medical therapies that are not regarded as orthodox by the medical ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      any of a range of medical therapies that are not regarded as orthodox by the medical ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a style of comedy rejecting established (especially racist or sexist) stereotypes and sometimes ...

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    • n.
      energy fuelled in ways that do not use up the earth's natural resources or otherwise harm ...

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    • n.
      energy generated in ways that do not deplete natural resources or harm the environment, ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a fuel other than petrol or diesel for powering motor vehicles, such as natural gas, methanol, ... alternative fuels have gained ground vehicles running on alternative fuel

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a style of rock music characterized as unconventional or outside the mainstream: the disaffection of grunge and alternative rock resonated powerfully with a generation weathering an economic recession

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    • n.
      an electoral system whereby voters rank candidates in order of preference. In the event that ... support for the alternative vote is now very strong the alternative vote system

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    • IPA[ɔːlˈtəːnətɪv]

    英式

    • adj.
      (of one or more things) available as another possibility or choice: the various alternative methods for resolving disputes
    • n.
      one of two or more available possibilities: audiobooks are an interesting alternative to reading she had no alternative but to break the law

    Oxford Dictionary