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  1. brook

    • IPA[brʊk]

    英式

    • n.
      a small stream
    • noun: brook, plural noun: brooks

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    • n.
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    • 1. a small stream:

      the Lake District boasts lovely lakes and babbling brooks

    • n. the brook charr.

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    • ph. (born 1925), English theatre director; full name Peter Stephen Paul Brook. As co-director of the Royal Shakespeare Company he earned critical acclaim with King Lear (1963) and A Midsummer Night's Dream (1970).

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    • n. see char

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    • ph. a historic commune that existed in the 1840s in West Roxbury, now a southwestern section of Boston in Massachusetts, associated with Margaret Fuller and other writers.

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    • ph. (born 1926), US film director and comic actor; born Melvin Kaminsky. His debut The Producers (1968) was followed by films including the spoof western Blazing Saddles (1974).

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    • ph. a mountain chain that extends across northern Alaska. It is the northwestern end of the Rocky Mountains; the North Slope lies on its north.

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    • IPA[bro͝ok]

    美式

    • n.
      a small stream:
    • the Lake District boasts lovely lakes and babbling brooks

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    • IPA[bro͝ok]

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    • v.
      tolerate or allow (something, typically dissent or opposition):
    • Jenny would brook no criticism of Matthew

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    • IPA[brʊk]

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    • v.
      tolerate or allow (something, typically dissent or opposition):
    • Jenny would brook no criticism of Matthew

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