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  1. kill

    • IPA[kil]

    美式

    • v.
      cause the death of (a person, animal, or other living thing);get rid of or destroy completely, especially in large numbers
    • n.
      an act of killing, especially of one animal by another;an animal or animals killed, either by a hunter or by another animal
    • verb: kill, 3rd person present: kills, gerund or present participle: killing, past tense: killed, past participle: killed

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. cause the death of (a person, animal, or other living thing):

      her father was killed in a car crash

      a robber armed with a shotgun who kills in cold blood

    • 2. get rid of or destroy completely, especially in large numbers:

      there is every possibility all river life would be killed off for generations

    • 3. (of a writer) bring about the “death” of a fictional character.
    • 4. put an end to or cause the failure or defeat of (something):

      the committee voted to kill the project

    • 5. stop (a computer program or process).
    • 6. switch off (a light or engine).
    • 7. delete (a line, paragraph, or file) from a document or computer.
    • 8. (in soccer or other ball games) make (the ball) stop:

      after killing the ball with his chest, he brushed past Reeves

    • 9. (in tennis and similar games) hit (the ball) so forcefully that it cannot be returned.
    • 10. neutralize or subdue (an effect or quality):

      the sauce would kill the taste of the herbs

    • 11. consume the entire contents of (a bottle containing an alcoholic drink):

      I killed a rather good bottle of Fleurie

    • 12. overwhelm (someone) with an emotion:

      the suspense is killing me

    • 13. overexert oneself:

      I killed myself carrying those things home

    • 14. used hyperbolically to indicate that someone will be extremely angry with (another person):

      my parents will kill me if they catch me out here

    • 15. cause pain or anguish to:

      my feet are killing me

    • 16. pass (time, or a specified amount of it), typically while waiting for a particular event:

      when he reached the station he found he actually had an hour to kill

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of killing, especially of one animal by another:

      a lion has made a kill

    • 2. an animal or animals killed, either by a hunter or by another animal:

      the vulture is able to survey the land and locate a fresh kill

    • 3. an act of destroying or disabling an enemy aircraft, submarine, tank, etc.:

      the engagement resulted in fifty-one tank kills

    • 4. (in tennis and similar games) a very forceful shot that cannot be returned.
    • n.
      an act of causing death, especially deliberately:
    • the community was shocked by the brutal killings

      years of killing and destruction

    • adj.
      causing death:
    • a killing disease

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    • n.
      a policy or an animal shelter in which abandoned, neglected, or lost animals are not put to sleep even if no home can be found for them:
    • there are thousands of no-kills that rescue pets
    • adj.
      opposed to or not killing animals that live in shelters:
    • find out if the organization has a no-kill policy

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    • n. a mechanism for switching off a machine abruptly, especially in an emergency:

    • it is handy to have a strategically placed kill switch to stop the engine immediately

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    • n. the area of a military engagement with a high concentration of fatalities.

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    • n. an animal (or animals, collectively) killed by a vehicle on a road.

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    • n. a mechanism for switching off a machine abruptly, especially in an emergency:

    • it is handy to have a strategically placed kill switch to stop the engine immediately

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    • IPA[kɪl]

    英式

    • v.
      cause the death of (a person, animal, or other living thing):
    • her father was killed in a car crash

      a robber armed with a shotgun who kills in cold blood

    • n.
      an act of killing, especially of one animal by another:
    • a lion has made a kill

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    • IPA[kil]

    美式

    • n.
      (in place names, especially in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania) a stream, creek, or tributary:
    • Kill Van Kull

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    • IPA[kɪl]

    英式

    • n.
      (in place names, especially in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania) a stream, creek, or tributary:
    • Kill Van Kull

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  2. 知識+

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