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  1. arm

    • IPA[ɑːm]

    英式

    • n.
      each of the two upper limbs of the human body from the shoulder to the hand;a flexible limb of an invertebrate animal, e.g. an octopus.
    • noun: arm, plural noun: arms

    • 釋義
    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. each of the two upper limbs of the human body from the shoulder to the hand:

      she held the baby in her arms

    • 2. a flexible limb of an invertebrate animal, e.g. an octopus.
    • 3. a sleeve of a garment.
    • 4. an ability to bowl, pitch, or throw a ball skilfully:

      he has a good arm

    • 5. used to refer to the holding of a person's arm in support or companionship:

      as they walked he offered her his arm

      I'm so proud to have you on my arm

    • 6. used to refer to something powerful or protective:

      they have extended the arm of friendship to developing countries

    • 7. a thing comparable to an arm in form or function, typically something that projects from a larger structure:

      cables will secure the boom to steel arms installed near the top of the tower

      a cat was curled up on an arm of the tree

    • 8. a side part of a chair or other seat on which a sitter can rest their arm:

      he draped his legs over the arm of the sofa

      a large walnut desk chair with padded arms

    • 9. a narrow strip of water or land projecting from a larger body:

      the whole place is divided into two equal parts by an arm of the sea

    • 10. a branch or division of a company or organization:

      the political arm of the separatist group

    • 11. each of the types of troops of which an army is composed, such as infantry or artillery.
    • 12. each of the lines enclosing an angle.
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