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  1. globe

    • IPA[ɡləʊb]

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    • n.
      the earth;a spherical representation of the earth or of the constellations with a map on the surface.
    • v.
      form (something) into a globe
    • noun: globe, plural noun: globes

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the earth:

      goods from all over the globe

    • 2. a spherical representation of the earth or of the constellations with a map on the surface.
    • 3. a spherical or rounded object:

      orange trees clipped into giant globes

    • 4. a glass sphere protecting a light:

      a security light with a frosted glass globe

    • 5. a drinking glass shaped approximately like a sphere:

      a brandy globe

    • 6. a golden orb as an emblem of sovereignty:

      a female figure holding a sceptre and globe

    • 7. a lightbulb.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. form (something) into a globe:

      there, in miniature, the world was globed like a fruit

    • n. an award given by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, presented annually for outstanding achievement in film and television:

    • she just won her fourth Golden Globe

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    • n. an award given by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, presented annually for outstanding achievement in film and television:

    • she just won her fourth Golden Globe

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    • v. travel widely:

    • the former president loves to globe-trot and be in the public eye

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    • ph. a theater in Southwark, London, erected in 1599, where many of Shakespeare's plays were first publicly performed. The theater's site was rediscovered in 1989 and a reconstruction of the original theater was opened in 1997.

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    • v. travel widely:

    • the former president loves to globe-trot and be in the public eye

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    • n. a toy or ornament consisting of a model of a scene in a liquid containing white particles that, when shaken, mimic a snowstorm.

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    • n. a toy or ornament in the form of a transparent dome that encloses a model of a scene and a liquid containing loose white particles which, when shaken, creates the appearance of a snowstorm.

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    • n. an Old World thistle with globe-shaped heads of metallic blue-grey flowers.

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    • IPA[ɡlōb]

    美式

    • n.
      the earth:
    • collecting goodies from all over the globe
    • v.
      form (something) into a globe:
    • there, in miniature, the world was globed like a fruit

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