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  1. die

    • IPA[dī]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a person, animal, or plant) stop living;be killed for (a cause)
    • verb: die, 3rd person present: dies, gerund or present participle: dying, past tense: died, past participle: died

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of a person, animal, or plant) stop living:

      the king died a violent death

      she died of cancer

    • 2. be killed for (a cause):

      they were prepared to die for their country

    • 3. have a specified status at the time of one's death:

      the inventor died a pauper

    • 4. become extinct:

      many species died out

    • 5. be forgotten:

      her genius has assured her name will never die

    • 6. become less loud or strong:

      after a while, the noise died down

      at last the storm died away

    • 7. (of a plant) decay from the tip toward the root:

      rhubarb dies back to a crown of buds each winter

    • 8. die one after another until few or none are left:

      the original founders died off or retired

    • 9. (of a fire or light) stop burning or gleaming:

      the fire had died and the room was cold

    • 10. (of a machine) stop functioning or run out of electric charge:

      three toasters have died on me

      my cell phone died while I was trying to contact him

    • 11. used to emphasize that one wants to do or have something very much:

      they must be dying for a drink

      he's dying to meet you

    • 12. used to emphasize feelings of shock, embarrassment, amusement, or misery:

      we nearly died laughing when he told us

      I nearly died when I saw them

    • 13. have an orgasm.
    • n.
      a small cube with each side having a different number of spots on it, ranging from one to six, thrown and used in gambling and other games involving chance.
    • v.
      play or gamble with dice:
    • prohibitions on all dancing and dicing

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    • n.
      a small cube with each side having a different number of spots on it, ranging from one to six, thrown and used in gambling and other games involving chance.
    • v.
      play or gamble with dice:
    • prohibitions on all dancing and dicing

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    • adj. on the point of death:

    • he visited his dying mother

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    • adj. on the point of death:

    • he visited his dying mother

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    • n. a period in which a significant proportion of a population dies naturally, usually within a short time.

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    • adj.
      (of a metal object) formed by pouring molten metal into a reusable mould:
    • a die-cast aluminium loudspeaker chassis
    • v.
      make (a metal object) by pouring molten metal into a mould.

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    • IPA[dʌɪ]

    英式

    • v.
      (of a person, animal, or plant) stop living:
    • he died of tuberculosis

      trees are dying from acid rain

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    • IPA[dī]

    美式

    • n.
      singular form of dice

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    • IPA[dʌɪ]

    英式

    • n.
      singular form of dice

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  2. 知識+

    • die-died用法??

      die-died用法?? 1.有現在式的用法嗎? 如:he die in an accident--------(對嗎??) 我只看過用過去式...不能持續進行兩天之久. d. 可用has just died,表示剛剛死亡. The boy has just died...

    • 時態問題 Die

      Die 是動詞, 而 Dead 是形容詞. 牢記這點, 我們就可以知道: He died. 他死掉了, 成立. He has died. 他已經死掉了. 成立. ...

    • die of與die from的用法?

      die of + direct causes die from + direct or indirect causes It is OK...for example, flu) then cause their death. In this case, many die of the flu and die from mosquito diseases.