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  1. branch

    • IPA[bran(t)SH]

    美式

    • n.
      a part of a tree which grows out from the trunk or from a bough;a lateral extension or subdivision extending from the main part of something, typically one extending from a river, road, or railway
    • v.
      (of a road or path) divide into one or more subdivisions;diverge from the main route or part
    • verb: branch, 3rd person present: branches, gerund or present participle: branching, past tense: branched, past participle: branched

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    • adj.
      (of a tree or plant) having parts that grow out from the trunk or from a bough: a tall, branched plant with flowers many trees are bare-branched already

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    • adj.
      (of a tree or plant) having parts that grow out from the trunk or from a bough: a tall, branched plant with flowers many trees are bare-branched already

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      ordinary water, especially when added to alcoholic drinks.

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    • n.
      the branch of an olive tree, traditionally regarded as a symbol of peace (in allusion to the ...

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    • n.
      ordinary water, especially when added to alcoholic drinks.

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    • n.
      a secondary railway line running from a main line to a terminus.

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    • ph.
      a city in east central New Jersey, on the Atlantic Ocean, long a noted summer resort; ...

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    • n.
      a secondary or subordinate branch of anything that has branches, such as a tree, a subject of ...

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    • IPA[brɑːn(t)ʃ]

    英式

    • n.
      a part of a tree which grows out from the trunk or from a bough: Sophie was in the branches of a tree eating an apple
    • v.
      (of a road or path) divide into one or more subdivisions: follow this track south until it branches into two

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