- an apparition of a dead person which is believed to appear or become manifest to the living, typically as a nebulous image；a faint trace of something
- act as ghostwriter of (a work)；glide smoothly and effortlessly
verb: ghost, 3rd person present: ghosts, gerund or present participle: ghosting, past tense: ghosted, past participle: ghosted
- 1. an apparition of a dead person which is believed to appear or become manifest to the living, typically as a nebulous image the building is haunted by the ghost of a monk the ghosts of past deeds 同義詞
- ▪ a faint trace of something she gave the ghost of a smile 同義詞
- ▪ a faint secondary image produced by a fault in an optical system or on a cathode ray screen, e.g., by faulty television reception or internal reflection in a mirror or camera.
- 1. act as ghostwriter of (a work) his memoirs were smoothly ghosted by a journalist
- 2. glide smoothly and effortlessly they ghosted up the river
- 3. end a personal relationship with (someone) by suddenly and without explanation withdrawing from all communication I didn't want to ghost her, so we ended up having ‘the talk’ and it was horrible being ghosted is one of the toughest ways to be dumped
- any of a number of bats with mainly white or grey fur.
- a pale yellowish crab that lives in a burrow in the sand above the high-water mark and goes ...
Oxford American Dictionary
- a faint secondary image caused by a fault in an optical system, duplicate signal transmission, etc.: the screen can be viewed from different positions without encountering ghost images
- a word recorded in a dictionary or other reference work which is not actually used.
- a North American Indian religious cult of the second half of the 19th century, based on the ...
- a website that is no longer maintained or updated but can still be accessed and viewed online: this ghost site has gone ten long years without being freshened
- a variety of chili pepper grown in South Asia that is one of the hottest forms known.
Oxford American Dictionary
- a deserted town with few or no remaining inhabitants: it's like a ghost town at weekends
- an apparition of a dead person which is believed to appear or become manifest to the living, ... the building is haunted by the ghost of a monk a ghost ship
- act as ghostwriter of (a work): his memoirs were smoothly ghosted by a journalist
ghost 原意是「鬼」，而 ghost of one's past 指的是「一個人最怕面對的過去的記憶或...回憶、很怕面對的意味。例如： I know it's not the GHOST of my past that really scared me the most...
... sometime you just have to believe it. Scientifically speaking, ghost is something like frequency, or magnetic field. Just like radio, if you tune...
...好的也有可能是不好的！ 但通常那是一種精神上的，不太有實體的東西。 而ｇｈｏｓｔ就是鬼～那是大家都怕的。