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  1. issue

    • IPA[ˈiSHo͞o]

    美式

    • n.
      an important topic or problem for debate or discussion;personal problems or difficulties
    • v.
      supply or distribute (something);supply someone with (something)
    • noun: issue, plural noun: issues

    • verb: issue, 3rd person present: issues, gerund or present participle: issuing, past tense: issued, past participle: issued

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an important topic or problem for debate or discussion:

      the issue of global warming

      money is not an issue

    • 2. personal problems or difficulties:

      a nice guy with a great sense of humor and not too many issues

    • 3. problems or difficulties, especially with a service or facility:

      a small number of users are experiencing connectivity issues

    • 4. the action of supplying or distributing an item for use, sale, or official purposes:

      the issue of promissory notes by the bank

    • 5. a number or set of items distributed at one time:

      a share issue has been launched

    • 6. each of a regular series of publications:

      the December issue of the magazine

    • 7. a result or outcome of something:

      the chance of carrying such a scheme to a successful issue was small

    • 8. the action of flowing or coming out:

      the point of issue

      an issue of blood

    • 9. children of one's own:

      he died without male issue

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. supply or distribute (something):

      licenses were issued indiscriminately to any company

    • 2. supply someone with (something):

      everyone was issued with a gas mask

    • 3. formally send out or make known:

      the minister issued a statement

    • 4. put (something) on sale or into general use:

      Christmas stamps to be issued in November

    • 5. come, go, or flow out from:

      exotic smells issued from a nearby building

    • 6. result or be derived from:

      the struggles of history issue from the divided heart of humanity

    • n.
      the equipment that is generally supplied to individuals in a particular group, especially by the military to members of the armed forces:
    • the standard issue of the United States Army at the outbreak of the Civil War was the model 1855 Springfield rifle musket

      police made video cameras part of standard issue for all uniformed officers on the island

    • adj.
      provided as part of the basic equipment supplied to individuals in a group, especially by the military to members of the armed forces:
    • standard-issue khaki uniforms

      the standard-issue service rifle of the US military

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    • n.
      the basic equipment that is generally supplied to individuals in a particular group, especially by the military to members of the armed forces:
    • the standard issue of the United States Army at the outbreak of the Civil War was the model 1855 Springfield rifle musket

      police made video cameras part of standard issue for all uniformed officers on the island

    • adj.
      provided as part of the basic equipment supplied to individuals in a group, especially by the military to members of the armed forces:
    • standard-issue khaki uniforms

      their company's standard-issue laptops

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    • n. a past issue of a journal or magazine.

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    • n. an issue of additional shares to shareholders instead of a dividend, in proportion to the shares already held.

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    • n. an issue of shares offered at a special price by a company to its existing shareholders in proportion to their holding of old shares.

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    • n. a topic of little or no importance:

    • I believe the topic is a non-issue

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    • adj. (of equipment) provided by the government.

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    • n. a point or topic connected to or raised by some other issue, but not as important, especially one that distracts attention from that which is important:

    • his foreign policy tended to be dominated by side issues

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    • IPA[ˈɪʃuː]

    英式

    • n.
      an important topic or problem for debate or discussion:
    • the issue of racism

      raising awareness of environmental issues

    • v.
      supply or distribute (something) for use or sale:
    • licences were issued indiscriminately to any company

      Christmas stamps to be issued in November

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