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  1. ground

    • IPA[ɡraʊnd]

    英式

    • n.
      the solid surface of the earth;a limited extent of the earth's surface; land
    • v.
      prohibit or prevent (a pilot or an aircraft) from flying;(of a parent) refuse to allow (a child) to go out socially as a punishment
    • noun: ground, plural noun: grounds

    • verb: ground, 3rd person present: grounds, gerund or present participle: grounding, past tense: grounded, past participle: grounded

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the solid surface of the earth:

      he lay on the ground

    • 2. a limited extent of the earth's surface; land:

      an adjoining area of ground had been purchased

    • 3. land of a specified kind:

      my feet squelched over marshy ground

    • 4. relating to actions or activities taking place on the ground rather than the air:

      the airline's ground staff

      a ground assault

    • 5. living or growing on or close to the ground:

      ground flora

    • 6. an area of land or sea used for a specified purpose:

      shore dumping can pollute fishing grounds

    • 7. an area of enclosed land surrounding a large house or other building:

      the house stands in seven acres of grounds

      the university grounds

    • 8. an area of land, often with associated buildings, used for a particular sport:

      a football ground

      Liverpool's new ground is nearing completion

    • 9. an area of knowledge or subject of discussion or thought:

      third-year courses cover less ground and go into more depth

      he shifted the argument on to theoretical grounds of his own choosing

    • 10. factors forming a basis for action or the justification for a belief:

      there are some grounds for optimism

      they called for a retrial on the grounds of the new evidence

    • 11. a prepared surface to which paint is applied.
    • 12. a substance used to prepare a surface for painting.
    • 13. (in embroidery or ceramics) a plain surface to which decoration is applied.
    • 14. a piece of wood fixed to a wall as a base for boards, plaster, or joinery.
    • 15. solid particles, especially of coffee, which form a residue; sediment:

      machines which presoak the coffee grounds produce a superior cup of coffee

    • 16. electrical connection to the earth.
    • 17. short for ground bass
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. prohibit or prevent (a pilot or an aircraft) from flying:

      a bitter wind blew from the north-east and the bombers were grounded

    • 2. (of a parent) refuse to allow (a child) to go out socially as a punishment:

      he was grounded for hitting her on the head

    • 3. (with reference to a ship) run or go aground:

      rather than be blown up, Muller grounded his ship on a coral reef

    • 4. give (something abstract) a firm theoretical or practical basis:

      the study of history must be grounded in a thorough knowledge of the past

    • 5. instruct (someone) thoroughly in a subject:

      Eva's governess grounded her in Latin and Greek

    • 6. place (something) on the ground or touch the ground with (something):

      he was penalized two strokes for grounding his club in a bunker

    • 7. connect (an electrical device) with the ground.
    • 8. (of a batter) hit a pitched ball so that it bounces on the ground:

      he grounded to second

    • 9. (of a batter) be put out by hitting a ball on the ground to a fielder who throws it to or touches first base before the batter touches that base:

      he grounded out to shortstop

    • v.
      reduce (something) to small particles or powder by crushing it:
    • grind some black pepper over the salad

      she ground up the rice prior to boiling

    • n.
      a crushing or grating sound or motion:
    • the crunch and grind of bulldozers

      the slow grind of the US legal system

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    • v.
      reduce (something) to small particles or powder by crushing it:
    • grind some black pepper over the salad

      they grind up fish for fertilizer

    • n.
      a crushing or grating sound or motion:
    • the crunch and grind of bulldozers

      the slow grind of the US legal system

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    • adj.
      (of a difficult situation) oppressive and seemingly without end:
    • grinding poverty
    • n.
      the reduction of something to small particles or powder by crushing it:
    • the roasting and grinding of grain, usually barley, for use in brewing

      crush it and add it to the honey with a grinding of pepper and salt

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    • adj.
      (of a difficult situation) oppressive and seemingly without end:
    • grinding poverty
    • n.
      the reduction of something to small particles or powder by crushing it:
    • the roasting and grinding of grain, usually barley, for use in brewing

      crush it and add it to the honey with a grinding of pepper and salt

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    • n. the point on the earth's surface directly above or below an exploding nuclear bomb.

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    • n. the point on the earth's surface directly above or below an exploding nuclear bomb.

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    • IPA[ɡround]

    美式

    • n.
      the solid surface of the earth:
    • he lay on the ground
    • v.
      prohibit or prevent (a pilot or an aircraft) from flying:
    • a bitter wind blew from the northeast and the bombers were grounded

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    • IPA[ɡround]

    美式

    • v.
      past and past participle of grind
    • adj.
      reduced to fine particles by crushing or mincing:
    • ground cumin

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    • IPA[ɡraʊnd]

    英式

    • v.
      past and past participle of grind
    • adj.
      reduced to fine particles by crushing or mincing:
    • ground cumin

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