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  1. empty

    • IPA[ˈem(p)tē]

    美式

    • adj.
      containing nothing; not filled or occupied;(of a set) containing no members or elements.
    • v.
      remove all the contents of (a container);remove (the contents) from a container
    • n.
      a container (especially a bottle or glass) left empty of its contents
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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. containing nothing; not filled or occupied:

      the room was empty of furniture

      he took his empty coffee cup back to the counter

    • 2. (of a set) containing no members or elements.
    • 3. (of words or a gesture) lacking meaning or sincerity:

      his answer sounded a little empty

      empty threats

    • 4. having no value or purpose:

      her life felt empty and meaningless

    • 5. hungry.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. remove all the contents of (a container):

      we empty the cash register each night at closing time

      pockets were emptied of loose change

    • 2. remove (the contents) from a container:

      he emptied out the contents of his briefcase

    • 3. (of a place) be vacated by people in it:

      the bar suddenly seemed to empty

    • 4. (of a river) discharge itself into (the sea or a lake):

      the river's southern stream emptied into the estuary

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a container (especially a bottle or glass) left empty of its contents:

      the barman collected the empties

    • plural calories derived from food containing no nutrients.

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    • n. a word that has only a grammatical function, and no meaning in itself (for example, the infinitive marker to in English).

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    • ph. another name for Rub' al-Khali

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    • plural calories derived from food containing no nutrients.

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    • n. a household consisting only of a parent or parents whose children have grown up and left home:

    • her only daughter is about to go to college and she is dreading an empty nest

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    • n. an important or wealthy man regarded as lacking substance, personality, or ability:

    • they're a bunch of Ivy League empty suits

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    • n. a parent whose children have grown up and left home.

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    • n. a goal scored while the defending goalkeeper is not guarding their net:

    • he scored an empty-netter with 9.1 seconds left

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    • IPA[ˈɛm(p)ti]

    英式

    • adj.
      containing nothing; not filled or occupied:
    • she put down her empty cup

      the room was empty of furniture

    • v.
      remove all the contents of (a container):
    • we empty the till at closing time

      pockets were emptied of loose change

    • n.
      a bottle or glass left empty of its contents:
    • the barman collected the empties

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  2. 知識+

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