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  1. hollow

    • IPA[ˈhɒləʊ]

    英式

    • adj.
      having a hole or empty space inside;having a concave or sunken appearance
    • n.
      a hole or depression in something;an enclosed space within something
    • v.
      form by making a hole;make a hollow in
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    • 片語
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. having a hole or empty space inside:

      a hollow metal tube

    • 2. having a concave or sunken appearance:

      her cheeks were hollow and she had dark circles under her eyes

    • 3. (of a sound) echoing, as though made in or on an empty container:

      a hollow groan

    • 4. without real significance or value:

      the result was a hollow victory

    • 5. insincere:

      a hollow promise

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a hole or depression in something:

      a hollow at the base of a large tree

    • 2. an enclosed space within something:

      he held them in the hollow of his hand

    • 3. a small valley:

      the village nestles in a hollow on the edge of the New Forest

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. form by making a hole:

      a tunnel was hollowed out in a mountain range

    • 2. make a hollow in:

      Flora's laugh hollowed her cheeks

    • n. a fund in which undisclosed assets are held for future use, especially by a government department or other statutory authority:

    • the $1.2 billion surplus was one of the juiciest hollow logs available to any government in Australia

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    • n. a body of infantry drawn up in a square with a space in the middle.

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    • adj. (of a person) having deeply sunken eyes, typically as a result of illness or tiredness:

    • the children were emaciated and hollow-eyed

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    • adj. (of a person) having sunken, concave cheeks.

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    • ph. a town in southeastern New York, east of the Hudson River and north of Tarrytown. It is associated with the writings of Washington Irving.

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    • n. an atom in which inner-shell electrons are missing, usually as a result of electrical excitation.

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    • n. a valley bottom or other hollow which is prone to frost.

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    • n. a body of infantry drawn up in a square with a space in the middle.

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    • IPA[ˈhälō]

    美式

    • adj.
      having a hole or empty space inside:
    • each fiber has a hollow core
    • n.
      a hole or depression in something:
    • a hollow at the base of a large tree
    • v.
      form by making a hole:
    • a tunnel was hollowed out in a mountain range

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  2. 知識+

    • hollow-eyed的意思?

      hollow a. (形容詞 adjective) 空的,中空的 These chocolate eggs are all hollow. 這些巧克力蛋都是空心的。 凹陷的 He was thin and his...

    • The drop hollows the stone

      這句譯起來有點怪怪的,hollow是使中空、凹陷的意思, 個人認為應該是用在被動式上面. 如果要譯的話,可能是「水滴灌穿石頭使其中空」 2006-04-05 00:48:36 補充: 網上譯意是「滴水穿石」

    • 英翻中hollow ground steel rollers

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