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  1. barrage

    • IPA[ˈbarɑːʒ]

    英式

    • n.
      a concentrated artillery bombardment over a wide area;an overwhelming number of questions, criticisms, complaints, etc. delivered simultaneously or in rapid succession
    • v.
      bombard (someone) with questions, criticisms, complaints, etc.
    • noun: barrage, plural noun: barrages

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a concentrated artillery bombardment over a wide area:

      his forces launched an artillery barrage on the city

    • 2. an overwhelming number of questions, criticisms, complaints, etc. delivered simultaneously or in rapid succession:

      a barrage of questions

    • 3. an artificial barrier across a river or estuary to prevent flooding, aid irrigation or navigation, or to generate electricity by tidal power:

      they are considering a tidal barrage built across the Severn estuary

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. bombard (someone) with questions, criticisms, complaints, etc.:

      his doctor was barraged with unsolicited advice

    • n. a large balloon anchored to the ground by cables and typically with netting suspended from it, serving as an obstacle to low-flying enemy aircraft.

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    • n. a large balloon anchored to the ground by cables and typically with netting suspended from it, serving as an obstacle to low-flying enemy aircraft.

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    • IPA[bəˈrä(d)ZH]

    美式

    • n.
      a concentrated artillery bombardment over a wide area.
    • v.
      bombard (someone) with something:
    • his doctor was barraged with unsolicited advice

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