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  1. but

    • IPA[bʌt]

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    • conj.
      used to introduce a phrase or clause contrasting with what has already been mentioned;used to indicate the impossibility of anything other than what is being stated
    • prep.
      except; apart from; other than;used with repetition of certain words to give emphasis
    • adv.
      no more than; only;(used at the end of a sentence) though; however
    • n.
      an argument against something; an objection
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    • conj.
      連接詞
    • 1. used to introduce a phrase or clause contrasting with what has already been mentioned:

      he stumbled but didn't fall

      this is one principle, but it is not the only one

    • 2. used to indicate the impossibility of anything other than what is being stated:

      one cannot but sympathize

      there was nothing they could do but swallow their pride

    • 3. used to introduce a response expressing a feeling such as surprise or anger:

      but that's an incredible saving!

      but why?

    • 4. used after an expression of apology for what one is about to say:

      I'm sorry, but I can't pay you

    • 5. without it being the case that:

      it never rains but it pours

    • prep.
      介系詞
    • 1. except; apart from; other than:

      we were never anything but poor

      supply currently exceeds demand in all but the most rural areas

    • 2. used with repetition of certain words to give emphasis:

      nobody, but nobody, was going to stop her

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. no more than; only:

      he is but a shadow of his former self

      choose from a colourful array of mango, starfruit, and raspberries, to name but a few

    • 2. (used at the end of a sentence) though; however:

      he was a nice bloke but

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an argument against something; an objection:

      no buts—just get out of here

      as with all these proposals, ifs and buts abound

    • ph. very nearly

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    • ph. very nearly

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    • ph. other than that; except that

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    • ph. except for

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    • ph. other than that; except that

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    • ph. only

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    • IPA[bət]

    美式

    • conj.
      used to introduce a phrase or clause contrasting with what has already been mentioned:
    • he stumbled but didn't fall

      this is one principle, but it is not the only one

    • prep.
      except; apart from; other than:
    • in Texas, we were never anything but poor

      the last but one

    • adv.
      no more than; only:
    • he is but a shadow of his former self

      choose from a colorful array of oranges, cherries, and raspberries, to name but a few

    • n.
      an argument against something; an objection:
    • no buts—just get out of here

      as with all these proposals, ifs and buts abound

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    • IPA[bət]

    美式

    • n.
      an outer room, especially in a two-roomed cottage.

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    • IPA[bʌt]

    英式

    • n.
      an outer room, especially in a two-roomed cottage.

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