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  1. earth

    • IPA[əːθ]

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    • n.
      the planet on which we live; the world;the surface of the world as distinct from the sky or the sea
    • v.
      connect (an electrical device) with the ground;drive (a fox) to its underground lair.
    • noun: earth, plural noun: earths

    • verb: earth, 3rd person present: earths, gerund or present participle: earthing, past tense: earthed, past participle: earthed

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the planet on which we live; the world:

      the diversity of life on earth

    • 2. the surface of the world as distinct from the sky or the sea:

      the pilot brought the plane gently back to earth

    • 3. the present abode of humankind, as distinct from heaven or hell:

      God's will be done on earth as it is in heaven

    • 4. the substance of the land surface; soil:

      a layer of earth

    • 5. one of the four elements in ancient and medieval philosophy and in astrology (considered essential to the nature of the signs Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn):

      an earth sign

    • 6. used in names of stable, dense, non-volatile inorganic substances, e.g. fuller's earth:

      these crayons are made with a mixture of native earths plus softeners such as China clay

    • 7. the substance of the human body:

      we now commit his body to the ground: earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust

    • 8. electrical connection to the ground, regarded as having zero electrical potential.

      ensure metal fittings are electrically bonded to earth

    • 9. the underground den or home of a badger or fox.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. connect (an electrical device) with the ground:

      the front metal panels must be soundly earthed

    • 2. drive (a fox) to its underground lair.
    • 3. (of a fox) run to its underground lair.
    • 4. cover the root and lower stem of a plant with heaped-up earth:

      the stems can be earthed up when the plant is about one foot high

    • n. the branch of science dealing with the physical constitution of the earth and its atmosphere:

    • undergraduates in earth science

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    • n. a goddess symbolizing fertility and the source of life.

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    • n. the branch of science dealing with the physical constitution of the earth and its atmosphere:

    • undergraduates in earth science

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    • n. a goddess symbolizing fertility and the source of life.

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    • n. the world considered as possessing finite resources common to all humankind.

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    • n. an unwanted electric current path in a circuit resulting in stray signals or interference, occurring for example when two earthed points in the same circuit have different potentials.

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    • n. another term for terre verte

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    • n. another term for terre verte

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    • IPA[ərTH]

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    • n.
      the planet on which we live; the world:
    • the diversity of life on earth
    • v.
      cover the root and lower stem of a plant with heaped-up earth.

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