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  1. lift

    • IPA[lɪft]

    英式

    • v.
      raise to a higher position or level;move (one's eyes or face) to face upwards and look at someone or something
    • n.
      a platform or compartment housed in a shaft for raising and lowering people or things to different levels.;a device incorporating a moving cable for carrying people up or down a mountain
    • noun: lift, plural noun: lifts

    • verb: lift, 3rd person present: lifts, gerund or present participle: lifting, past tense: lifted, past participle: lifted

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. raise to a higher position or level:

      he lifted his trophy over his head

    • 2. move (one's eyes or face) to face upwards and look at someone or something:

      he lifted his eyes for an instant

    • 3. move upwards; be raised:

      Thomas's eyelids drowsily lifted

    • 4. (of a cloud, fog, etc.) move upwards or away:

      the factory smoke hung low, never lifted

    • 5. increase the volume of (one's voice):

      she lifted her voice in a great shout

      Willie sang boldly, lifting up his voice

    • 6. increase (a price or amount):

      the building society lifted its interest rates by 0.75 of a point

    • 7. hit or kick (a ball) high into the air.
    • 8. improve the rank or position of (a person or team):

      this victory lifted United into third place

    • 9. perform cosmetic surgery on (part of the body) to reduce sagging:

      surgeons lift and remove excess skin from the face and neck

    • 10. dig up (plants or root vegetables):

      the end of September is the time to lift and store carrots

    • 11. pick up and move to a different position:

      he lifted her down from the pony's back

    • 12. transport by air:

      a helicopter lifted 11 crew to safety from the ship

    • 13. enable (someone or something) to escape from an unpleasant situation:

      the best way to lift nations out of poverty is through trade

    • 14. raise (a person's spirits or confidence):

      we heard inspiring talks which lifted our spirits

    • 15. (of a person's mood) become happier:

      suddenly his heart lifted and he could have wept with relief

    • 16. formally remove or end (a legal restriction, decision, or ban):

      the European Community lifted its oil embargo against South Africa

    • 17. carry off or win (a prize or event):

      she staged a magnificent comeback to lift the British Open title

    • 18. use (a person's work or ideas) without permission or acknowledgement:

      this is a hackneyed adventure lifted straight from a vintage Lassie episode

    • 19. steal (something):

      he had been caught lifting a coat from a department store

    • 20. arrest (someone):

      that night the army came and lifted Buckley

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a platform or compartment housed in a shaft for raising and lowering people or things to different levels.

      Alice went up to the second floor in the lift

      the lift door opened

    • 2. a device incorporating a moving cable for carrying people up or down a mountain:

      we zigzagged across the mountain from one lift to the next

    • 3. a built-up heel or device worn in a boot or shoe to make the wearer appear taller or to correct shortening of a leg.
    • 4. an act of lifting:

      weightlifters attempting a particularly heavy lift

    • 5. upward force exerted by the air on an aerofoil or other structure, counteracting gravity:

      separate engines provide lift and generate forward speed

    • 6. the maximum weight that an aircraft can raise:

      the Puma tactical transport helicopter has a total lift of up to 5,500 lb

    • 7. the tendency of a ball bowled to rise sharply on bouncing.
    • 8. a rise in price, level, or amount:

      the company has already produced a 10 per cent lift in profits

    • 9. an instance of stealing or plagiarizing something:

      in a speech he adopted the President's familiar hand motions—it was a lift

    • 10. a free ride in another person's vehicle:

      Miss Green is giving me a lift to school

    • 11. a feeling of confidence or cheerfulness:

      winning this match has given everyone a lift

    • n. a rope or cable on a sailing vessel that supports the weight of a boom or yard and can be used to lift it.

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    • n. a ski lift with suspended cabins.

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    • n. a fast-moving lift which does not stop at every floor.

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    • n. a ski lift with enclosed cabins.

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    • (of an aircraft, spacecraft, or rocket) rise from the ground or a launch pad, especially vertically

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    • n. a cosmetic surgical operation to remove or improve the appearance of loose skin or sagging flesh on various areas of the body:

    • the body lift is a more radical procedure than a traditional tummy tuck

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    • n. the vertical take-off of a spacecraft, rocket, or helicopter.

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    • n. a system used to transport skiers up a slope to the top of a run, typically consisting of moving seats attached to an overhead cable.

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    • IPA[lift]

    美式

    • v.
      raise to a higher position or level:
    • he lifted his trophy over his head
    • n.
      a device incorporating a moving cable for carrying people, typically skiers, up or down a mountain.

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