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  1. father

    • IPA[ˈfɑːðə]

    英式

    • n.
      a man in relation to his child or children;a male animal in relation to its offspring.
    • v.
      (of a man) cause a pregnancy resulting in the birth of (a child);treat with the protective care associated with a father.
    • noun: father, plural noun: fathers

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a man in relation to his child or children:

      Margaret's father died at an early age

      they assumed that I was the father of the child

    • 2. a male animal in relation to its offspring.
    • 3. ancestors.
    • 4. an important male figure in the origin and early history of something:

      he's held to be the father of abstract art

    • 5. a man who provides care and protection:

      the prince is widely regarded as the father of the nation

    • 6. the oldest member or doyen of a society or other body.
    • 7. (in Christian belief) the first person of the Trinity; God.
    • 8. used as a title of respect for an old and venerable man or for something personified as such a man:

      Father Thames

    • 9. (often as a title or form of address) a priest:

      pray for me, father

    • 10. early Christian theologians (in particular of the first five centuries) whose writings are regarded as especially authoritative.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of a man) cause a pregnancy resulting in the birth of (a child):

      he fathered three children

    • 2. treat with the protective care associated with a father.
    • 3. be the source or originator of:

      a culture which has fathered half the popular music in the world

    • 4. assign the paternity of a child or responsibility for a book, idea, or action to:

      a collection of Irish stories was fathered on him

    • 5. appear as or admit that one is the father or originator of:

      a singular letter from a lady, requesting I would father a novel of hers

    • abbr
      Father (as a courtesy title of priests):
    • Fr. Buckley
    • symbol
      the chemical element francium.

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    • abbr
      Father (as a courtesy title of priests):
    • Fr Buckley
    • symbol
      the chemical element francium.

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    • abbr franc(s).

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    • abbr franc(s).

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    • n. a person who starts or helps to start a movement or institution:

    • he was one of the founding fathers of criminology

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    • ph. used as a title for God.

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    • n. a priest who hears confessions and gives absolution and spiritual counsel:

    • the Father Confessor of the convent

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    • n. a person who starts or helps to start a movement or institution:

    • he was one of the founding fathers of criminology

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    • IPA[ˈfäT͟Hər]

    美式

    • n.
      a man in relation to his child or children:
    • Margaret's father died at an early age

      they assumed that I was the father of the child

    • v.
      (of a man) cause a pregnancy resulting in the birth of (a child):
    • he fathered three children

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  2. 知識+

    • father是不是專有名詞

      father 本身不是專有名詞。 但是若是大寫,就變成專有名詞,指「我爸」: I just talked to Father tonight.= I just talked to my father tonight. Father=...

    • How is your father doing?回答的方式

      [How is your father doing? (a) Fine, thank you. (b) He is...you doing? 這類的問句。 而本題既然特指 your father 才是問安的對象,那用 (a) 句型回答,最好是說 He...

    • 問問father-in-law

      father-in-law是指配偶ㄉ父親 in-law是強調非血親ㄉ親戚 此單字ㄉ所有格為:father-in-law's 複數的所有格:father-in-laws'