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  1. grand slam

    • IPA[ˌɡran(d) ˈslam]

    美式

    • n.
      a home run hit when each of the three bases is occupied by a runner, thus scoring four runs;a set of major championships or matches in a sport in the same year, in particular tennis, golf, or rugby union
    • noun: grand slam, plural noun: grand slams

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a home run hit when each of the three bases is occupied by a runner, thus scoring four runs he hits a grand slam to win the game
    • 2. trademark a set of major championships or matches in a sport in the same year, in particular tennis, golf, or rugby union the tennis Grand Slam consists of the four most difficult major tournaments on the international circuit
    • any of the individual championships that comprise a Grand Slam the season's final Grand Slam at Flushing Meadows
    • the winning of all the individual championships that comprise a Grand Slam the Springboks' dreams of a first Grand Slam since 1961 were ended by defeats against Ireland and England
    • 3. the bidding and winning of all thirteen tricks.