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  1. land

    • IPA[land]

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    • n.
      the part of the earth's surface that is not covered by water;living or travelling on land rather than in water or the air
    • v.
      put (someone or something) on land from a boat;go ashore; disembark
    • noun: land, plural noun: lands

    • verb: land, 3rd person present: lands, gerund or present participle: landing, past tense: landed, past participle: landed

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the part of the earth's surface that is not covered by water:

      the reptiles lay their eggs on land

      after four weeks at sea we sighted land

    • 2. living or travelling on land rather than in water or the air:

      a land force

    • 3. an area of ground, especially in terms of its ownership or use:

      he bought 360 acres of land

      waste land

    • 4. ground or soil used as a basis for agriculture:

      my family had worked the land for many years

    • 5. rural areas and the rural way of life:

      many people are leaving the land and going to work in the city

    • 6. an area fenced off for cultivation; a field.
    • 7. a country or state:

      the valley is one of the most beautiful in the land

      the lands of the Middle East

    • 8. a particular sphere of activity or group of people:

      the blunt, charmless climate of techno-land

    • 9. a conceptual area:

      you're living in a fantasy land

    • 10. the space between the rifling grooves in a gun.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. put (someone or something) on land from a boat:

      he landed his troops at Hastings

    • 2. go ashore; disembark:

      the marines landed at a small jetty

    • 3. bring (a fish) to land with a net or rod:

      he landed 43 on Saturday

    • 4. succeed in obtaining or achieving (something desirable), especially in the face of competition:

      she landed the starring role in a new film

    • 5. come down through the air and rest on the ground or another surface:

      we will shortly be landing at Gatwick

      a fly landed on Tom's nose

    • 6. bring (an aircraft or spacecraft) to the ground or the surface of water in a controlled way:

      the co-pilot landed the plane

    • 7. reach the ground after falling or jumping:

      he leapt over the fence and landed nimbly on his feet

    • 8. (of an object) come to rest after falling or being thrown:

      the plate landed in her lap

    • 9. (of something undesirable or unexpected) arrive suddenly:

      there were more problems than ever landing on her desk

    • 10. cause someone to be in (a difficult situation):

      his exploits always landed him in trouble

    • 11. inflict (an unwelcome task or difficult situation) on someone:

      the mistake landed the company with a massive bill

    • 12. inflict (a blow) on someone:

      I won the fight without landing a single punch

    • comb. forming nouns denoting a particular sphere of activity or group of people:

    • the blunt, charmless climate of technoland

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    • adj. owning much land, especially through inheritance:

    • the landed aristocracy

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    • adj. owning much land, especially through inheritance:

    • the landed aristocracy

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    • n. (in the Bible) the land of Canaan, that was promised to Abraham and his descendants (Gen. 12:7).

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    • n. (in the Bible) the land of Canaan, that was promised to Abraham and his descendants (Gen. 12:7).

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    • ph. a region on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean, in what is now Israel and Palestine, revered by Christians as the place in which Christ lived and taught, by Jews as the land given to the people of Israel, and by Muslims.

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    • IPA[land]

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    • n.
      the part of the earth's surface that is not covered by water, as opposed to the sea or the air:
    • the reptiles lay their eggs on land

      after four weeks at sea we sighted land

    • v.
      put (someone or something) on land from a boat:
    • the lifeboat landed the survivors safely ashore

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    • IPA[länt]

    美式

    • n.
      (in Germany or Austria) a state.

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    • IPA[land]

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    • n.
      a state of Germany or Austria.

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  2. 知識+

    • 人造陸地 英文怎麼說

      人造陸地 英文說 reclaimed land。 在海邊填海造地,這造出來的地... built on reclaimed land with a man-made beach (在新加坡...錯的。 我的答案是 reclaimed land ,是正確的, 你老的答案是 land reclamation...

    • land at=? into 急~

      land at可以解釋為"降落在" 不是很明白你問的問題,但可以試試 fly into land at和fly into都可以用在飛機上. land at CKS airport降落在中正機場 fly into Taipei飛到台北 理論上兩個意思接近,所以應該可以套用在你的"="

    • 有關於land a good job中land的解釋?

      land (vt) = to bring something (a bird, a airplane, a boat, a fish) to the ground and...it. = 使(安全第)著陸 = 安全地 完成/到手 例句: Eagle has landed. 老鷹降落了 (阿波羅11號燈樂成功的訊號) My flight has landed...