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  1. lumber

    • IPA[ˈlʌmbə]

    英式

    • n.
      articles of furniture or other household items that are no longer useful and inconveniently take up storage space;timber sawn into rough planks or otherwise partly prepared
    • v.
      burden (someone) with something unwanted;cut and prepare forest timber for transport and sale
    • verb: lumber, 3rd person present: lumbers, gerund or present participle: lumbering, past tense: lumbered, past participle: lumbered

    • noun: lumber

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    動詞

    • 1. British informal burden (someone) with something unwanted the banks do not want to be lumbered with a building that they cannot sell
    • 2. North American cut and prepare forest timber for transport and sale the woods there got lumbered down