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  1. duty

    • IPA[ˈdjuːti]

    英式

    • n.
      a moral or legal obligation; a responsibility;(of a visit or other undertaking) done from a sense of moral obligation rather than for pleasure
    • noun: duty, plural noun: duties

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    • n.
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    • 1. a moral or legal obligation; a responsibility:

      it's my duty to uphold the law

      she was determined to do her duty as a citizen

    • 2. (of a visit or other undertaking) done from a sense of moral obligation rather than for pleasure:

      a fifteen-minute duty visit

    • 3. a task or action that one is required to perform as part of one's job:

      the queen's official duties

      your duties will include operating the switchboard

    • 4. military service:

      combat duty in the army

    • 5. (of a person) engaged in their regular work:

      a duty nurse

    • 6. performance of prescribed church services by a priest or minister:

      he was willing to take Sunday duties

    • 7. a payment levied on the import, export, manufacture, or sale of goods:

      a 6 per cent duty on imports

      goods subject to excise duty

    • 8. a payment levied on the transfer of property, for licences, and for the legal recognition of documents.
    • 9. the measure of an engine's effectiveness in units of work done per unit of fuel.
    • adj.
      exempt from payment of duty:
    • the permitted number of duty-free goods
    • n.
      goods that are exempt from payment of duty:
    • a bag of duty-free

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    • adj.
      exempt from payment of duty:
    • the permitted number of duty-free goods
    • n.
      goods that are exempt from payment of duty:
    • a bag of duty-free

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    • adj. (of material or an article) designed to withstand the stresses of demanding use:

    • heavy-duty rubber gloves

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    • n. the cycle of operation of a machine or other device which operates intermittently rather than continuously.

    • heavy-duty rubber gloves

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    • n. full-time service in the police or armed forces.

    • heavy-duty rubber gloves

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    • adj. (of material or an article) designed to withstand the stresses of demanding use:

    • heavy-duty springs

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    • n. the cycle of operation of a machine or other device which operates intermittently rather than continuously.

    • heavy-duty springs

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    • n. an officer, especially in the police or armed forces, who is on duty at a particular time.

    • heavy-duty springs

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    • IPA[ˈd(y)o͞odē]

    美式

    • n.
      a moral or legal obligation; a responsibility:
    • it's my duty to uphold the law

      she was determined to do her duty as a citizen

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  2. 知識+

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