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  1. herd

    • IPA[həːd]

    英式

    • n.
      a large group of animals, especially hoofed mammals, that live together or are kept together as livestock;a large group of people with a shared characteristic
    • v.
      (with reference to a group of people or animals) move in a group;keep or look after (livestock)
    • verb: herd, 3rd person present: herds, gerund or present participle: herding, past tense: herded, past participle: herded

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a large group of animals, especially hoofed mammals, that live together or are kept together as livestock:

      a herd of elephants

      farms with big dairy herds

    • 2. a large group of people with a shared characteristic:

      I dodged herds of joggers

      he is not of the common herd

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (with reference to a group of people or animals) move in a group:

      they were herded into a bus

      we all herded into a storage room

    • 2. keep or look after (livestock):

      they live by herding reindeer

    • n. a book recording the pedigrees of cattle, goats, or other livestock.

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    • n. an inclination in people or animals to behave or think like the majority:

    • What makes them go? In my view, it's the herd instinct

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    • n. an inclination in people or animals to behave or think like the majority:

    • What makes them go? In my view, it's the herd instinct

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    • n. the resistance to the spread of a contagious disease within a population that results if a sufficiently high proportion of individuals are immune to the disease, especially through vaccination:

    • the level of vaccination needed to achieve herd immunity varies by disease but ranges from 83 to 94 percent

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    • n. the resistance to the spread of a contagious disease within a population that results if a sufficiently high proportion of individuals are immune to the disease, especially through vaccination:

    • the level of vaccination needed to achieve herd immunity varies by disease

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    • n. the tendency for people's behavior or beliefs to conform to those of the group to which they belong:

    • the herd mentality of the investment community

      he's worried that they're going to have a herd mentality and rush to judgment

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    • n. the tendency for people's behaviour or beliefs to conform to those of the group to which they belong:

    • the herd mentality of the investment community

      he's worried that they're going to have a herd mentality and rush to judgement

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    • ph. keep watch over

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    • n.
      a large group of animals, especially hoofed mammals, that live, feed, or migrate together or are kept together as livestock:
    • a herd of elephants

      large farms with big dairy herds

    • v.
      (with reference to a group of people or animals) move in a particular direction:
    • we all herded into a storage room

      Nick herded me through the baggage claim and into his Jaguar

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