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  1. cascade

    • IPA[kasˈkeɪd]

    英式

    • n.
      a small waterfall, typically one of several that fall in stages down a steep rocky slope;a mass of something that falls or hangs in copious quantities
    • v.
      (of water) pour downwards rapidly and in large quantities;fall or hang in copious quantities
    • verb: cascade, 3rd person present: cascades, gerund or present participle: cascading, past tense: cascaded, past participle: cascaded

    • noun: cascade, plural noun: cascades

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    名詞

    • 1. a small waterfall, typically one of several that fall in stages down a steep rocky slope the waterfall raced down in a series of cascades
    • a mass of something that falls or hangs in copious quantities a cascade of pink bougainvillea
    • a large number or amount of something occurring at the same time a cascade of anti-war literature
    • 2. a process whereby something, typically information or knowledge, is successively passed on the greater the number of people who are well briefed, the wider the cascade effect
    • a succession of devices or stages in a process, each of which triggers or initiates the next.

    動詞

    • 1. (of water) pour downwards rapidly and in large quantities water was cascading down the stairs
    • fall or hang in copious quantities blonde hair cascaded down her back
    • 2. pass (something) on to a succession of others teachers who are able to cascade their experience effectively
    • 3. arrange (a number of devices or objects) in a series or sequence.
    • n.
      a shift in the balance of populations in an ecosystem occasioned by marked depletion in one ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      a range of volcanic mountains in western North America, extending from southern British ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      a range of volcanic mountains in western North America that extends from southern British ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[kaˈskād]

    美式

    • n.
      a small waterfall, typically one of several that fall in stages down a steep rocky slope: the waterfall raced down in a series of cascades
    • v.
      (of water) pour downward rapidly and in large quantities: water was cascading down the stairs

    Oxford American Dictionary