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  1. equip

    • IPA[ɪˈkwɪp]

    英式

    • v.
      supply with the necessary items for a particular purpose;prepare (someone) mentally for a particular situation or task
    • verb: equip, 3rd person present: equips, gerund or present participle: equipping, past tense: equipped, past participle: equipped

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    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. supply with the necessary items for a particular purpose:

      all bedrooms are equipped with a colour TV

      they equipped themselves for the campaign

    • 2. prepare (someone) mentally for a particular situation or task:

      I don't think he's equipped for the modern age

    • abbr. equipment.

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    • v. provide with new equipment:

    • the mill was re-equipped with modern machinery

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    • v. provide with new equipment:

    • the mill was re-equipped with modern machinery

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    • adj. supplied with all the necessary equipment:

    • a well-equipped kitchen

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    • adj. not having all the necessary equipment or resources:

    • many hospitals and clinics were understaffed and under-equipped

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    • adj. not having the necessary resources or qualities for a particular role or task:

    • they feel ill-equipped to cope with emotional issues

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    • IPA[əˈkwip]

    美式

    • v.
      supply with the necessary items for a particular purpose:
    • all bedrooms are equipped with a color TV

      they equipped themselves for the campaign

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