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  1. gap

    • IPA[ɡap]

    英式

    • n.
      a break or hole in an object or between two objects;a pass or way through a range of hills
    • noun: gap, plural noun: gaps

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    • n.
      the omission of a verb in the second of two coordinated clauses, as in I went by bus and Mary ...

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    • n.
      the omission of a verb in the second of two coordinate clauses, as in I went by bus and Mary by car.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an apparent difference between what is said or promised and what happens or is true: there is a distinct credibility gap between policy and achievement

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    • n.
      differences of outlook or opinion between people of different generations: his novel the rally organizers detected a generation gap among their supporters

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    • n.
      an absence of a direct or indirect connection between a computer and the internet, effected for ... he believes some of his computers were infected with malware capable of jumping air gaps by using ultrasonic audio transmissions breaking an air gap requires extremely powerful methodologies that are generally the province of advanced-level hackers

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    • n.
      a period, typically an academic year, taken by a student as a break between school and ...

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    • n.
      an apparent difference between what is said or promised and what happens or is true: there is a distinct credibility gap between policy and achievement

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    • n.
      a space between electrical terminals across which a transient discharge passes.

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    美式

    • n.
      a break or hole in an object or between two objects: he came through the gap in the hedge

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