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  1. compact

    • adj.
      closely and neatly packed together; dense;having all the necessary components or features neatly fitted into a small space
    • v.
      exert force on (something) to make it more dense; compress;(of a substance) become compressed
    • n.
      a small flat case containing face powder, a mirror, and a powder puff.;something that is a small and conveniently shaped example of its kind
    • noun: compact, plural noun: compacts

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. closely and neatly packed together; dense:

      a compact cluster of houses

    • 2. having all the necessary components or features neatly fitted into a small space:

      a compact car

    • 3. (of a person or animal) small, solid, and well-proportioned.
    • 4. (of speech or writing) concise in expression:

      a compact summary of the play

    • 5. composed or made up of:

      towns compact of wooden houses

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. exert force on (something) to make it more dense; compress:

      the soil may be compacted by iron oxide

    • 2. (of a substance) become compressed:

      the snow hardened and compacted

    • 3. form (something) by pressing its component parts firmly together:

      the foundation of the walls, compacted of Granite and Lime

    • 4. express in fewer words; condense:

      the ideas are compacted into two sentences

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a small flat case containing face powder, a mirror, and a powder puff.
    • 2. something that is a small and conveniently shaped example of its kind:

      a wide selection of films is available for your 35 mm compact

    • 3. short for compact car
    • 4. a mass of powdered metal compacted together in preparation for sintering:

      strength is then introduced by infiltrating glass into the compact

    • adj. firmly packed or pressed together; compressed:

    • compacted earth

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    • adj. firmly packed or pressed together; compressed:

    • compacted earth

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    • n. a small plastic disc on which music or other digital information is stored in the form of a pattern of metal-coated pits from which it can be read using laser light reflected off the disc:

    • all the recordings have been reissued on compact disc

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    • n. a small, simple 35 mm camera with automatic focusing and exposure.

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    • n. a medium-sized car.

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    • n. a small plastic disc on which music or other digital information is stored, and from which the information can be read using reflected laser light:

    • all the recordings have been reissued on compact disc

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    • adj.
      closely and neatly packed together; dense:
    • a compact cluster of houses
    • v.
      exert force on (something) so that it becomes more dense; compress:
    • the rubbish was taken to the depot to be compacted
    • n.
      a small flat case containing face powder, a mirror, and a powder puff.

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    • IPA[ˈkɒmpakt]

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    • n.
      a formal agreement or contract between two or more parties:
    • they signed a compact with the United States

      a peace compact

    • v.
      make or enter into (a formal agreement) with another party or parties:
    • the Democratic Party compacted an alliance with dissident groups

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    • n.
      a formal agreement or contract between two or more parties:
    • they signed a compact with the United States

      a peace compact

    • v.
      make or enter into (a formal agreement) with another party or parties:
    • the Democratic Party compacted an alliance with dissident groups

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