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  1. flag

    • IPA[flaɡ]

    美式

    • n.
      a piece of cloth or similar material, typically oblong or square, attachable by one edge to a pole or rope and used as the symbol or emblem of a country or institution or as a decoration during public festivities;used in reference to the country to which a person has allegiance
    • v.
      mark (an item) for attention or treatment in a specified way;draw attention to
    • noun: flag, plural noun: flags

    • verb: flag, 3rd person present: flags, gerund or present participle: flagging, past tense: flagged, past participle: flagged

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a piece of cloth or similar material, typically oblong or square, attachable by one edge to a pole or rope and used as the symbol or emblem of a country or institution or as a decoration during public festivities:

      the American flag

    • 2. used in reference to the country to which a person has allegiance:

      the private's heroism served as an example for every soldier under the flag

    • 3. a ship's country of registry.
    • 4. the ensign carried by a flagship as an emblem of an admiral's rank.
    • 5. a small piece of cloth attached at one edge to a pole and used as a marker or signal in various sports:

      jumped the starter's flag, did he?

    • 6. a device, symbol, or drawing resembling a flag, used as a marker:

      golf courses are indicated by a numbered flag on the map

    • 7. a variable used to indicate a particular property of the data in a record.
    • 8. a hook attached to the stem of a musical note, determining the rhythmic value of the note.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. mark (an item) for attention or treatment in a specified way:

      “greatfully” would be flagged as a misspelling of “gratefully.”

    • 2. draw attention to:

      problems often flag the need for organizational change

    • 3. charge (a player) with a penalty by dropping a penalty flag:

      a play in which he was flagged for being offside

    • 4. signal to a vehicle or driver to stop, especially by waving one's arm:

      she flagged down a patrol car

    • 5. direct (someone) to go in the specified direction by waving a flag or using hand signals:

      have him flagged off the course

    • 6. (of an official in football, soccer, and other sports) raise or throw a flag to indicate a breach of the rules:

      the rookie cornerback managed to get flagged for three penalties in one game

    • 7. provide or decorate with a flag or flags.
    • 8. register (a vessel) in a specific country, under whose flag it then sails:

      the flagging out of much of the fleet to flags of convenience

    • adj. paved with flat stone slabs:

    • a large, flagged vestibule

      the garden has a stone-flagged patio

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    • adj. becoming tired or less dynamic; declining in strength:

    • she wants to revive her flagging career

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    • IPA[flaɡ]

    英式

    • n.
      a piece of cloth or similar material, typically oblong or square, attachable by one edge to a pole or rope and used as the symbol or emblem of a country or institution or as a decoration during public festivities:
    • the American flag
    • v.
      mark (an item) for attention or treatment in a specified way:
    • the spellcheck program flags any words that are not in its dictionary

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    • IPA[flaɡ]

    英式

    • n.
      a plant with sword-shaped leaves that grow from a rhizome.

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    • IPA[flaɡ]

    美式

    • n.
      a plant with sword-shaped leaves that grow from a rhizome.

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    • IPA[flaɡ]

    英式

    • v.
      become tired or less enthusiastic or dynamic:
    • if you begin to flag, there is an excellent cafe to revive you

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    • IPA[flaɡ]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a person) become tired, weaker, or less enthusiastic:
    • if you begin to flag, there is an excellent cafe to revive you

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