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  1. distance

    • IPA[ˈdɪst(ə)ns]

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    • n.
      the length of the space between two points;the condition of being far off; remoteness
    • v.
      make (someone or something) far off or remote in position or nature;declare that one is not connected with or a supporter of (someone or something)
    • noun: distance, plural noun: distances

    • verb: distance, 3rd person present: distances, gerund or present participle: distancing, past tense: distanced, past participle: distanced

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the length of the space between two points:

      I cycled the short distance home

      you may have to walk long distances

    • 2. the condition of being far off; remoteness:

      distance makes things look small

    • 3. a far-off point:

      watching them from a distance

    • 4. the more remote part of what is visible or discernible:

      I heard police sirens in the distance

      they sped off into the distance

    • 5. an interval of time:

      the sort of goal which remains in the memory even at a distance of six years

    • 6. the full length of a race:

      he claimed the 100 m title in only his second race over the distance

    • 7. a space of more than twenty lengths between two finishers in a race:

      he stormed home by a distance in the Handicap Chase

    • 8. a length of 240 yards from the winning post on a racecourse.
    • 9. the distance from the winning post which a horse must have reached when the winner finishes in order to qualify for a subsequent heat.
    • 10. the scheduled length of a fight:

      he has won his first five fights inside the distance

    • 11. the avoidance of familiarity; reserve:

      a mix of warmth and distance makes a good neighbour

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make (someone or something) far off or remote in position or nature:

      her mother wished to distance her from the rough village children

    • 2. declare that one is not connected with or a supporter of (someone or something):

      he sought to distance himself from the proposals

    • 3. beat (a horse) by a distance.
    • adj.
      travelling or operating between distant places:
    • a long-distance lorry driver

      long-distance phone calls

    • adv.
      between distant places:
    • travelling long distance

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    • adj.
      traveling or operating between distant places:
    • a long-distance truck driver

      long-distance phone calls

    • adv.
      between distant places:
    • traveling long distance

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    • n. the part of a real or painted landscape between the foreground and the background:

    • I spied in the middle distance a cluster of buildings

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    • n. the part of a real or painted landscape between the foreground and the background:

    • I spied in the middle distance a cluster of buildings

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    • n. the perceived or desired degree of remoteness between a member of one social group and the members of another, as evidenced in the level of intimacy tolerated between them:

    • material differences provided members with a constant stimulus for social distance

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    • n. a method of studying in which lectures are broadcast or classes are conducted by correspondence or over the Internet, without the student's needing to attend a school or college. Also called distance education.

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    • near enough to reach by the means specified

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    • n. the angular distance of the moon from the sun, a planet, or a star, used in finding longitude at sea.

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    • IPA[ˈdistəns]

    美式

    • n.
      an amount of space between two things or people:
    • I bicycled the short distance home

      the distance between front and rear wheels

    • v.
      make (someone or something) far off or remote in position or nature:
    • her mother wished to distance her from the rough village children

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