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  1. desert

    • IPA[ˈdɛzət]

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    • n.
      a waterless, desolate area of land with little or no vegetation, typically one covered with sand;a situation or place considered dull and uninteresting
    • adj.
      like a desert;uninhabited and desolate
    • noun: desert, plural noun: deserts

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a waterless, desolate area of land with little or no vegetation, typically one covered with sand:

      the desert of the Sinai peninsula is a harsh place

      drought and deforestation are turning fragile grasslands into desert

    • 2. a situation or place considered dull and uninteresting:

      a cultural desert

    • 3. a flock of lapwings:

      a desert of lapwings rises from a ploughed field

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. like a desert:

      overgrazing has created desert conditions

    • 2. uninhabited and desolate:

      desert wastes

    • plural what a person deserves with regard to reward or (more usually) punishment:

    • the penal system fails to punish offenders in accordance with their deserts

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    • adj. (of a place) empty of people:

    • deserted beaches of soft sand

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    • plural a person's worthiness or entitlement to reward or punishment:

    • the penal system fails to punish offenders in accordance with their deserts

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    • adj. (of a place) empty of people:

    • deserted beaches of soft sand

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    • n. a flowerlike aggregate of crystals of a mineral occurring in arid areas.

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    • n. a flowerlike aggregate of crystals of a mineral occurring in arid areas.

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    • IPA[dəˈzərt]

    美式

    • v.
      abandon (a person, cause, or organization) in a way considered disloyal or treacherous:
    • we feel our public representatives have deserted us

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    • IPA[dɪˈzəːt]

    英式

    • v.
      abandon (a person, cause, or organization) in a way considered disloyal or treacherous:
    • we feel our public representatives have deserted us

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    • IPA[ˈdezərt]

    美式

    • n.
      a dry, barren area of land, especially one covered with sand, that is characteristically desolate, waterless, and without vegetation.
    • adj.
      like a desert:
    • overgrazing has created desert conditions

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