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  1. dark

    • IPA[därk]

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    • adj.
      with little or no light;(of a theater) closed; not in use
    • n.
      the absence of light in a place;nightfall
    • noun: dark, plural noun: darks

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    • ph.
      the period in western Europe between the fall of the Roman Empire and the high Middle Ages, c. ...

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    • ph.
      the period in western Europe between the fall of the Roman Empire and the high Middle Ages, c. ...

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    • plural
      sorcery or black magic: he is a master of the dark arts and knows many ways to get rid of evil demons

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    • plural
      sorcery or black magic: he is a master of the dark arts and knows many ways to get rid of evil demons

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    • n.
      the residual electric current flowing in a photoelectric device when there is no incident ...

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    • adj.
      dark in colour or shade: two men wearing dark-coloured, hooded tops were seen running away

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    • plural
      glasses with tinted lenses, worn to protect or conceal a person's eyes.

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    • n.
      a private securities exchange in which investors, typically large financial institutions, are ... the dark pool's volume has grown from a million shares to 43 million shares

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    • IPA[dɑːk]

    英式

    • adj.
      with little or no light: it's too dark to see much
    • n.
      the absence of light in a place: Carolyn was sitting in the dark

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