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  1. good

    • IPA[ɡʊd]

    英式

    • adj.
      to be desired or approved of;pleasing and welcome
    • n.
      that which is morally right; righteousness;benefit or advantage to someone or something
    • adv.
      well
    • noun: good

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. to be desired or approved of:

      it's good that he's back to his old self

      a good quality of life

    • 2. pleasing and welcome:

      we've had some good news

      it's good to see you again

    • 3. showing approval:

      the play had good reviews

    • 4. having the required qualities; of a high standard:

      a good restaurant

      his marks are just not good enough

    • 5. skilled at doing or dealing with a specified thing:

      I'm good at crosswords

      he was good with children

    • 6. healthy, strong, or well:

      she's not feeling too good

    • 7. useful, advantageous, or beneficial in effect:

      too much sun is not good for you

    • 8. appropriate to a particular purpose:

      this is a good month for planting seeds

    • 9. (of language) with correct grammar and pronunciation:

      she speaks good English

    • 10. strictly adhering to or fulfilling all the principles of a particular religion or cause:

      I am the eldest of five in a good Catholic family

    • 11. possessing or displaying moral virtue:

      her father was a good man

    • 12. showing kindness:

      it was good of you to come

    • 13. obedient to rules or conventions:

      accustom the child to being rewarded for good behaviour

    • 14. used to address or refer to people in a courteous, patronizing, or ironic way:

      a man very like your good self, in fact

      the good lady of the house

    • 15. commanding respect:

      he was concerned with establishing and maintaining his good name

    • 16. belonging or relating to a high social class:

      he comes from a good family

    • 17. giving pleasure; enjoyable or satisfying:

      the streets fill up with people looking for a good time

    • 18. pleasant to look at; attractive:

      you're looking pretty good

    • 19. (of clothes) smart and suitable for formal wear:

      he went upstairs to change out of his good suit

    • 20. thorough:

      now is the time to have a really good clear-up

      have a good look around

    • 21. used to emphasize that a number is at least as great as one claims:

      they're a good twenty years younger

    • 22. used to emphasize a following adjective or adverb:

      we had a good long hug

      it'll be good and dark by then

    • 23. fairly large in number, amount, or size:

      the match attracted a good crowd

      there's a good chance that we may be able to help

    • 24. valid:

      the ticket is good for travel from May to September

    • 25. likely to provide:

      she's always good for a laugh

    • 26. sufficient to pay for:

      his money was good for a bottle of whisky

    • 27. used in conjunction with the name of God or a related expression as an exclamation of extreme surprise or anger:

      good heavens!

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. that which is morally right; righteousness:

      a mysterious balance of good and evil

    • 2. benefit or advantage to someone or something:

      he convinces his father to use his genius for the good of mankind

      the preservation of old buildings matters because they contribute to the general public good

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. well:

      my mother could never cook this good

      I'm feeling pretty good, all things considered

    • plural merchandise or possessions:

    • imports of luxury goods

      stolen goods

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    • plural merchandise or possessions:

    • imports of luxury goods

      stolen goods

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    • ph. very good or enjoyable

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    • ph. very good or enjoyable

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    • adj.
      well-meaning but sometimes unrealistic or interfering:
    • free bikes handed out by a do-good eco-group

      a do-good busybody

    • n.
      a well-meaning but unrealistic or interfering philanthropist or reformer:
    • placard-waving do-goods

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    • n. a commodity or service that is provided without profit to all members of a society, either by the government or by a private individual or organization.

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    • adj. (of a person) having the pursuit of pleasure as one's chief aim:

    • a good-time girl

      a good-time party guy

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    • n. a commodity or service that is provided without profit to all members of a society, either by the government or a private individual or organization:

    • a conviction that library informational services are a public good, not a commercial commodity

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    • IPA[ɡo͝od]

    美式

    • adj.
      to be desired or approved of:
    • a good quality of life

      Good! The more people the better!

    • n.
      that which is morally right; righteousness:
    • a mysterious balance of good and evil
    • adv.
      well:
    • my mother could never cook this good

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