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  1. collapse

    • IPA[kəˈlaps]

    英式

    • v.
      (of a structure) suddenly fall down or give way;cause (something) to fall down or give way
    • n.
      an instance of a structure falling down or giving way;a sudden failure of an institution or undertaking
    • verb: collapse, 3rd person present: collapses, gerund or present participle: collapsing, past tense: collapsed, past participle: collapsed

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    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of a structure) suddenly fall down or give way:

      the roof collapsed on top of me

    • 2. cause (something) to fall down or give way:

      it feels as if the slightest pressure would collapse it

      many people tend to collapse the distinction between the two concepts

    • 3. (of a lung or blood vessel) become flat and empty with the walls fallen inwards:

      she was so dehydrated that her veins had collapsed

    • 4. cause (a lung or blood vessel) to collapse:

      he had an operation to collapse his lung

    • 5. (of a person) fall down and become unconscious as a result of illness or injury:

      he collapsed from loss of blood

    • 6. sit or lie down as a result of exhaustion or amusement:

      exhausted, he collapsed on the bed

      the three of them collapsed with laughter

    • 7. fail suddenly and completely:

      the talks collapsed last week over territorial issues

    • 8. (of a price or currency) drop suddenly in value:

      the price of oil collapsed

    • 9. fold or be foldable into a small space:

      some cots collapse down to fit into a holdall

    • 10. compress a displayed part of (a spreadsheet or other electronic document):

      tabulation programs can be used to collapse this list in various ways

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an instance of a structure falling down or giving way:

      the collapse of a railway bridge

      the church roof is in danger of collapse

    • 2. a sudden failure of an institution or undertaking:

      the collapse of a number of prominent banks

    • 3. a physical or mental breakdown:

      he suffered a collapse from overwork

      she's lying there in a state of collapse

    • adj. (of a structure) having fallen down or given way:

    • an abandoned building with a collapsed roof

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    • adj. (of a structure) having fallen down or given way:

    • an abandoned building with a collapsed roof

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    • n. the sudden mass disappearance of the majority of worker bees in a colony. The causes of the phenomenon are unclear, though many possible causes or contributory factors have been proposed, such as diseases, pathogens, pesticides, and changes in habitat.

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    • n. the sudden mass disappearance of the majority of worker bees in a colony. The causes of the phenomenon are unclear, though many possible causes or contributory factors have been proposed, such as diseases, pathogens, pesticides, and changes in habitat.

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    • IPA[kəˈlaps]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a structure) fall down or in; give way:
    • the roof collapsed on top of me
    • n.
      an instance of a structure falling down or in:
    • the collapse of a railroad bridge

      the church roof is in danger of collapse

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  2. 知識+

    • 英文翻譯句子文法分析part3

      ...相同的用法還有the rich, the poor, the old..etc.) 2. The case later collapsed. 整合 1 跟 2 --> The case which was against the accused...

    • 《英文》單字片語

      根據英文韋氏辭典, collapse的意思有以下幾種: Main Entry: 1col·lapse...the force of external pressure <a blood vessel that collapsed> 2 : to break down completely : DISINTEGRATE &...

    • 幾個英文觀念不太懂

      ...quot;are", because it is a compound subject. Q#3 為什麼是用collapsed不用collapsing? Only when building is collapsed...