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  1. axe

    • IPA[aks]

    美式

    • n.
      a tool typically used for chopping wood, usually a steel blade attached at a right angle to a wooden handle;a measure intended to reduce costs drastically, especially one that involves elimination of staff
    • v.
      end, cancel, or dismiss suddenly and ruthlessly;reduce (costs or services) drastically
    • noun: axe, plural noun: axes

    • verb: axe, 3rd person present: axes, gerund or present participle: axing, past tense: axed, past participle: axed

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a tool typically used for chopping wood, usually a steel blade attached at a right angle to a wooden handle:

      I started swinging the axe at the lumps of driftwood

      an axe blade

    • 2. a measure intended to reduce costs drastically, especially one that involves elimination of staff:

      thirty workers are facing the axe in the assembly department

    • 3. a musical instrument, especially one played by a jazz or rock musician.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. end, cancel, or dismiss suddenly and ruthlessly:

      the company is axing 125 jobs

      2,500 staff were axed as part of the realignment

    • 2. reduce (costs or services) drastically:

      the candidates all promised to axe government spending

    • 3. cut or strike with an axe, especially violently or destructively:

      the door had been axed by the firefighters

    • n. an axe with two blades.

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    • n. a person who commits murder with an axe (frequently used to evoke an image of a violent psychopathic criminal):

    • a convicted axe murderer

      you could be an axe murderer for all I know!

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    • n. an axe used by climbers for cutting footholds in ice, having a head with one pointed and one flattened end, and a spike at the foot.

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    • n. a type of kick used in taekwondo and other martial arts, in which the opponent's head is struck with the heel of the foot.

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    • n. a person who commits murder with an axe (frequently used to evoke an image of a violent psychopathic criminal):

    • a convicted axe murderer

      you could be an axe murderer for all I know!

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    • n. an axe used by climbers for cutting footholds in ice, having a head with one pointed and one flattened end, and a spike at the foot.

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    • n. a butcher's cleaver.

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    • n. another term for double axe

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    • IPA[aks]

    英式

    • n.
      a tool used for chopping wood, typically of iron with a steel edge and wooden handle:
    • I started swinging the axe at the lumps of driftwood

      an axe blade

    • v.
      end, cancel, or dismiss suddenly and ruthlessly:
    • the company is axing 125 jobs

      2,500 staff were axed as part of a rationalization programme

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    • ”have an axe to grind”中文意思?

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    • ax和axe有什麼~不同呢?

      ax 與 axe 之意義皆為"斧" 只是ax為美式用法 axe則為英式用法

    • 有誰可以給我個詩或文章??

      ... cutting wood on the bank of a river. Suddenly his axe fell into the water. The poor woodcutter did not know how to swim...