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  1. bench

    • IPA[bɛn(t)ʃ]

    英式

    • n.
      a long seat for several people, typically made of wood or stone;a long work table in a workshop or laboratory
    • v.
      exhibit (a dog) at a show;withdraw (a sports player) from play
    • noun: bench, plural noun: benches

    • verb: bench, 3rd person present: benches, gerund or present participle: benching, past tense: benched, past participle: benched

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a long seat for several people, typically made of wood or stone:

      a park bench

    • 2. a long work table in a workshop or laboratory:

      a 19th-century wheelwright's bench

    • 3. a judge's seat in a law court.
    • 4. the office of judge or magistrate:

      his appointment to the civil bench

    • 5. a judge or magistrate presiding over a particular case.
    • 6. a long seat in Parliament for politicians of a specified party:

      the Conservative benches

    • 7. the politicians occupying a specified bench in Parliament:

      the pledge that was given by the Opposition benches yesterday

    • 8. a seat at the side of a sports field for coaches, substitutes, and players not taking part in a game:

      he must settle for a place on the substitute's bench

    • 9. a flat ledge in masonry or on sloping ground.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. exhibit (a dog) at a show:

      Affenpinschers and Afghans were benched side by side

    • 2. withdraw (a sports player) from play:

      the coach benched quarterback Cunningham in favour of McMahon

    • 3. short for bench press
    • n.
      a test carried out on a machine, a component, or software before it is released for use, to ensure that it works properly:
    • the 512 is likely to be powered by an all-new V-12, currently undergoing bench tests
    • v.
      run a bench test on (something):
    • they are offering you the chance to bench-test their applications

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    • n.
      a test carried out on a machine, a component, or software before it is released for use, to ensure that it works properly:
    • the 512 is likely to be powered by an all-new V-12, currently undergoing bench tests
    • v.
      run a bench test on:
    • they are offering you the chance to bench-test their applications

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    • n.
      a bodybuilding and weightlifting exercise in which a lifter lies on a bench with the feet on the floor and raises a weight with both arms.
    • v.
      raise (a weight) in a bench press:
    • Josh can bench-press more than 400 pounds

      my elbow hurts when I bench-press

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    • n. the ability and skill possessed by the reserve members of a sports team:

    • the team will rely on its bench strength at the hockey tournament

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    • n. the ability and skill possessed by the reserve members of a sports team:

    • the team will rely on its bench strength at the hockey tournament

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    • n.
      a bodybuilding and weightlifting exercise in which a lifter lies on a bench with the feet on the floor and raises a weight with both arms.
    • v.
      raise (a weight) in a bench press:
    • Josh can bench-press more than 400 pounds

      my elbow hurts when I bench-press

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    • ph. (born 1947), US baseball player; full name Johnny Lee Bench. He was a catcher for the Cincinnati Reds from 1967 until 1983. Baseball Hall of Fame (1989).

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    • n. (in the UK) the foremost seats in the House of Commons, occupied by the members of the cabinet and shadow cabinet:

    • his place on the Opposition front bench will be at stake

      a front-bench spokesman on European affairs

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    • IPA[ben(t)SH]

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    • n.
      a long seat for several people, typically made of wood or stone:
    • a park bench
    • v.
      exhibit (a dog) at a show:
    • Affenpinschers and Afghans were benched side by side

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