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  1. early

    • IPA[ˈəːli]

    英式

    • adj.
      happening or done before the usual or expected time;(of a plant or crop) flowering or ripening before other varieties
    • adv.
      before the usual or expected time;near the beginning of a particular time or period
    • n.
      potatoes which are ready to be harvested before the main crop.;early shifts
    • noun: early, plural noun: earlies

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. happening or done before the usual or expected time:

      we ate an early lunch

    • 2. (of a plant or crop) flowering or ripening before other varieties:

      early potatoes

    • 3. belonging or happening near the beginning of a particular period:

      an early goal secured victory

      she's in her early fifties

    • 4. done or occurring near the beginning of the day:

      we agreed to meet at 6 am to get an early start

    • 5. denoting or belonging to the beginning of a historical period or cultural movement:

      early impressionism

    • 6. occurring at the beginning of a sequence:

      the earlier chapters of the book

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. before the usual or expected time:

      I was planning to finish work early today

    • 2. near the beginning of a particular time or period:

      we lost a couple of games early in the season

    • 3. near the beginning of the day:

      I wrote this piece early one morning

    • 4. before the present time or before the time one is referring to:

      you met my husband earlier

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. potatoes which are ready to be harvested before the main crop.
    • 2. early shifts:

      she is on earlies

    • ph. at a previous stage in a particular time or period

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    • ph. at a previous stage in a period

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    • ph. at an early (or earlier) stage in a period

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    • ph. at an early (or earlier) stage in a particular time or period

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    • n. A person who arises early in the morning.

    • n. a system or practice by which votes are cast ahead of election day:

    • the surge in early voting favoured Democrats

      the governor extended early-voting hours by three hours a day

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    • n. a method of teaching a foreign language in which children at an early stage of their formal schooling receive all or most of their regular curriculum instruction in that language:

    • research shows that early immersion is the best way to become fluent in French

      early immersion students tend to develop higher levels of second language proficiency

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    • ph. (1816–94), Confederate army officer; full name Jubal Anderson Early. He nearly reached Washington, DC, in an 1864 raid, but was defeated several months later by Sheridan in the Shenandoah Valley and was relieved of his command.

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    • IPA[ˈərlē]

    美式

    • adj.
      happening or done before the usual or expected time:
    • we ate an early lunch
    • adv.
      before the usual or expected time:
    • I was planning to finish work early today

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  2. 知識+

    • early的位置~~急(10點)

      正如剛剛那位大大所說的 early是副詞也可當形容詞 也就是說 在early當副詞的時候 可以用來修飾動詞>> ex...yesterday. 其中的early就是用來修飾 left(離開) 說明他昨天"提早"離開 在early當形容詞的時候 you are early 你來早了(@@抱歉舉得例子都很爛 但為了...

    • early 和 late 的用法

      He usually goes to shool early. =他上學都是很早就出發. early是修飾的是goes to scholl He ...兩句的意思略有不同。 2012-11-08 12:02:02 補充: He is usually early to school.我漏打了usually usually應翻譯成: 通常 兩句重譯如下: 他上學通常很早...

    • 英文翻譯 no earlier than

      ...大師恐怕理解有誤. It will be issued no earlier than one month from the course commencement date. no earlier...2011-10-22 20:08:42 補充: 版主所貼句子是以no earlier than取代within, 亦即: "no earlier than one...