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  1. dot

    • IPA[dɒt]

    英式

    • n.
      a small round mark or spot;a small round mark written or printed as part of an i or j, as one of a series of marks to signify omission, or as a full stop.
    • v.
      mark with a small spot or spots;(of a number of items) be scattered over (an area)
    • verb: dot, 3rd person present: dots, gerund or present participle: dotting, past tense: dotted, past participle: dotted

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a small round mark or spot:

      a symbol depicted in coloured dots

    • 2. a small round mark written or printed as part of an i or j, as one of a series of marks to signify omission, or as a full stop.
    • 3. a small round mark used to denote the lengthening of a note or rest by half, or to indicate staccato.
    • 4. the shorter signal of the two used in Morse code.
    • 5. used to refer to an object that appears tiny because it is far away:

      they were mere dots on the horizon now

    • 6. used to indicate the punctuation separating parts of an email or website address:

      OUP dot com

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. mark with a small spot or spots:

      wet spots of rain began to dot his shirt

    • 2. (of a number of items) be scattered over (an area):

      churches dot the countryside

      there appear to be a number of airfields dotted about

    • 3. place a dot over (a letter):

      you need to dot the i

    • 4. mark (a note or rest) to show that the time value is increased by half:

      you can turn a reel into a hornpipe by slowing it down a bit and dotting the quavers

    • 5. hit (someone):

      ‘You want to dot him one,’ he said

    • adj. marked with or in the form of dots:

    • a dotted background

      a geometric maze of dotted patterns

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    • adj. marked with or in the form of dots:

    • a dotted background

      a geometric maze of dotted patterns

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    • n.
      a nonprofit organization that conducts its business on the Internet.
    • adj.
      relating to nonprofit business conducted on the Internet.

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    • n.
      (in musical composition or transcription) two dots placed side by side after a note to indicate that it is to be lengthened by three quarters of its value.
    • v.
      write or perform (music) with a rhythm of alternating long and short notes in a ratio of approximately seven to one, producing a more marked effect than ordinary dotted rhythm:
    • some may feel at times that the double-dotting is being a little overdone

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    • IPA[dät]

    美式

    • n.
      a small round mark or spot:
    • a symbol depicted in colored dots
    • v.
      mark with a small spot or spots:
    • wet spots of rain began to dot his shirt

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    • abbr
      directly observed therapy, a method of supervising patients to ensure that they take medication as directed.

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    • abbr
      directly observed therapy, a method of supervising patients to ensure that they take medication as directed.

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    • n.
      a dowry from which only the interest or annual income was available to the husband.

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    • n.
      a dowry, particularly one from which only the interest or annual income was available to the husband.

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