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  1. lees

    • IPA[liːz]

    英式

    • plural
      the sediment of wine in the barrel; dregs.;the most worthless part or parts of something
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    plural

    • 1. the sediment of wine in the barrel; dregs.
    • the most worthless part or parts of something the lees of the Venetian underworld
    • n.
      the sheltered side of something; the side away from the wind: ducks were taking shelter on the lee of the island

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    • n.
      the sheltered side of something; the side away from the wind: ducks were taking shelter on the lee of the island

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    • n.
      the tendency of a ship to turn its bow to the leeward side.

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    • n.
      a bolt-action rifle of a type formerly used by the British army: a Lee–Enfield held at arm's length

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    • ph.
      (1914–97), English writer. He is best known for his autobiographical novels Cider With Rosie ...

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    • ph.
      (1922–2015), English actor; full name Sir Christopher Frank Carandini Lee. His reputation was ...

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    • ph.
      (1736–84) US religious leader; born in England; known as Mother Ann. A Shaker leader, she ...

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    • excl
      a command or warning given by a helmsman to indicate the moment of going about.

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    • IPA[lēz]

    美式

    • plural
      the sediment of wine in the barrel.

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