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  1. anchor

    • IPA[ˈaŋkə]

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    • n.
      a heavy object attached to a cable or chain and used to moor a ship to the sea bottom, typically having a metal shank with a pair of curved, barbed flukes at one end;a person or thing that provides stability or confidence in an otherwise uncertain situation
    • v.
      moor (a ship) to the sea bottom with an anchor;secure firmly in position
    • noun: anchor, plural noun: anchors

    • verb: anchor, 3rd person present: anchors, gerund or present participle: anchoring, past tense: anchored, past participle: anchored

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a heavy object attached to a cable or chain and used to moor a ship to the sea bottom, typically having a metal shank with a pair of curved, barbed flukes at one end:

      the boat, no longer held fast by its anchor, swung wildly

      an anchor chain

    • 2. a person or thing that provides stability or confidence in an otherwise uncertain situation:

      the European Community is the economic anchor of the New Europe

    • 3. a large and prestigious department store prominently sited in a new shopping centre.
    • 4. the brakes of a car:

      this idiot in front slammed on his anchors at a crossing

    • 5. an anchorman or anchorwoman:

      he signed off after nineteen years as CBS news anchor

    • v.
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    • 1. moor (a ship) to the sea bottom with an anchor:

      the ship was anchored in the lee of the island

      we anchored in the harbour

    • 2. secure firmly in position:

      the tail is used as a hook with which the fish anchors itself to coral

    • 3. provide with a firm basis or foundation:

      it is important that policy be anchored to some acceptable theoretical basis

    • 4. present and coordinate (a television or radio programme):

      she anchored a television documentary series in the early 1980s

    • n. an additional anchor for use in emergencies.

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    • n. A large extra anchor intended for use in an emergency.

    • v. (of a ship) weigh anchor:

    • the entire fleet up-anchored and sailed to a point nearer the entrance to the lagoon

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    • ph. (of a ship) take up the anchor when ready to start sailing

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    • n. another term for sea anchor

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    • v. (of a ship) weigh anchor:

    • the entire fleet up-anchored and sailed to a point nearer the entrance to the lagoon

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    • ph. (of a ship) moored by means of an anchor

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    • n. an object dragged in the water behind a boat in order to keep its bows pointing into the waves or to lessen leeway.

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    • IPA[ˈaNGkər]

    美式

    • n.
      a heavy object attached to a rope or chain and used to moor a vessel to the sea bottom, typically one having a metal shank with a ring at one end for the rope and a pair of curved and/or barbed flukes at the other:
    • the boat, no longer held fast by its anchor, swung wildly

      an anchor chain

    • v.
      moor (a ship) to the sea bottom with an anchor:
    • the ship was anchored in the lee of the island

      we anchored in the harbor

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