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  1. fan

    • IPA[fan]

    美式

    • n.
      an apparatus with rotating blades that creates a current of air for cooling or ventilation;a small sail for keeping the head of a windmill toward the wind.
    • v.
      cool (especially a person or a part of the body) by waving something to create a current of air;(of breath or a breeze) blow gently on
    • noun: fan, plural noun: fans

    • verb: fan, 3rd person present: fans, gerund or present participle: fanning, past tense: fanned, past participle: fanned

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an apparatus with rotating blades that creates a current of air for cooling or ventilation:

      a couple of ceiling fans, lazily turning

      the kitchen may need to be fitted with an extractor fan

    • 2. a small sail for keeping the head of a windmill toward the wind.
    • 3. a device, typically folding and shaped like a segment of a circle when spread out, that is held in the hand and waved so as to cool the person holding it by causing the air to move:

      the girls were giggling behind their fans

    • 4. a thing or shape resembling an open handheld fan:

      fan vaulting

    • 5. an alluvial or talus deposit spread out in an open fan shape at the foot of a slope:

      there are great waste fans at the foot of the Andes in the desert

    • 6. a device for winnowing grain.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. cool (especially a person or a part of the body) by waving something to create a current of air:

      he fanned himself with his hat

    • 2. (of breath or a breeze) blow gently on:

      his breath fanned her skin as he leaned toward her

    • 3. brush or drive away with a waving movement:

      a veil of smoke which she fanned away with a jeweled hand

    • 4. swing at and miss the ball or puck:

      he had fanned 37 times in 83 at-bats

    • 5. (of a batter) strike out.
    • 6. (of a pitcher) strike out (a batter):

      Norris fanned nine batters with his screwball

    • 7. increase the strength of (a fire) by blowing on it or stirring up the air near it:

      gusty wind fanned fires in Yellowstone Park

    • 8. cause (a belief or emotion) to become stronger or more widespread:

      long-range weather forecasts fanned fears of drought damage

    • 9. disperse or radiate from a central point to cover a wide area:

      the arriving passengers began to fan out through the town in search of lodgings

    • 10. spread out or cause to spread out into a semicircular shape:

      a dress made of tiny pleats that fanned out as she walked

      a wind fanned her hair out behind her

    • n. a Chinese gambling game in which players try to guess the remainder after the banker has divided a number of hidden objects into four groups.

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    • n. a Chinese gambling game in which players try to guess the remainder after the banker has divided a number of hidden objects into four groups.

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    • n. a horny coral with a vertical treelike or fanlike skeleton, living chiefly in warmer seas.

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    • n. a tube-dwelling marine bristle worm with a fanlike crown of filaments that are typically brightly colored and project from the top of the tube, filtering the water for food particles.

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    • n. an electric heater in which a fan drives air over a hot element and back into the room.

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    • n. the fans of a sports team, pop music group, etc., considered as a distinct social grouping:

    • they tried to widen their fan base by flirting with grunge

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    • IPA[fan]

    英式

    • n.
      an apparatus with rotating blades that creates a current of air for cooling or ventilation:
    • a couple of ceiling fans, lazily turning

      the kitchen may need to be fitted with an extractor fan

    • v.
      cool (someone or something) by waving an object to create a current of air:
    • he fanned himself with his hat

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    • IPA[fan]

    英式

    • n.
      a person who has a strong interest in or admiration for a particular person or thing:
    • football fans

      I'm a fan of this author

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    • IPA[fan]

    美式

    • n.
      a person who has a strong interest in or admiration for a particular person or thing:
    • football fans

      I'm a fan of this author

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  2. 知識+

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