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  1. major

    • IPA[ˈmājər]

    美式

    • adj.
      important, serious, or significant;greater or more important; main
    • n.
      an army officer of high rank, in particular (in the US Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps) an officer ranking above captain and below lieutenant colonel.;a major key, interval, or scale.
    • v.
      specialize in (a particular subject) at college or university
    • noun: major, plural noun: majors

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. important, serious, or significant:

      the use of drugs is a major problem

    • 2. greater or more important; main:

      he got the major share of the spoils

    • 3. (of a surgical operation) serious or life-threatening:

      he had to undergo major surgery

    • 4. (of a scale) having an interval of a semitone between the third and fourth degrees and the seventh and eighth degrees.
    • 5. (of an interval) equivalent to that between the tonic and another note of a major scale, and greater by a semitone than the corresponding minor interval:

      C to E is a major third

    • 6. (of a key) based on a major scale, tending to produce a bright or joyful effect:

      Prelude in G Major

    • 7. (appended to a surname in some schools) indicating the elder of two brothers.
    • 8. (of a term) occurring as the predicate in the conclusion of a categorical syllogism.
    • 9. (of a premise) containing the major term in a categorical syllogism.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an army officer of high rank, in particular (in the US Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps) an officer ranking above captain and below lieutenant colonel.
    • 2. a major key, interval, or scale.
    • 3. a system of change-ringing using eight bells.
    • 4. a major world organization, company, or competition:

      it's not unreasonable to believe someone can win all four majors

    • 5. the major leagues.
    • 6. a student's principal subject or course of study:

      many students would ignore courses outside their major

    • 7. a student specializing in a specified subject:

      a math major

    • 8. a major term or premise.
    • 9. short for major suit
    • 10. a person of full legal age.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. specialize in (a particular subject) at college or university:

      I was trying to decide if I should major in drama or English

    • abbr Major.

    • I was trying to decide if I should major in drama or English

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    • abbr Major.

    • I was trying to decide if I should major in drama or English

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    • n. a noncommissioned officer commanding the drummers of a regimental band.

    • I was trying to decide if I should major in drama or English

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    • n. a non-commissioned officer commanding the drummers of a regimental band.

    • I was trying to decide if I should major in drama or English

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    • n. a noncommissioned officer in the US Army or Marine Corps of the highest rank, above master sergeant and below warrant officer.

    • I was trying to decide if I should major in drama or English

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    • n. a warrant officer in the British army whose job is to assist the adjutant of a regiment or battalion (regimental sergeant major) or a subunit commander (company sergeant major, battery sergeant major, etc.).

    • I was trying to decide if I should major in drama or English

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    • n. the highest-ranking league in a particular professional sport, especially baseball:

    • my dream of pitching in the major leagues

      future major-league ballplayers

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    • ph.
      a small constellation (the Great Dog), said to represent one of the dogs following Orion. It is just south of the celestial equator and contains the brightest star, Sirius.
    • my dream of pitching in the major leagues

      future major-league ballplayers

    • post
      used with preceding Greek letter or numeral to designate a star in the constellation Canis Major:
    • the star Eta Canis Majoris

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    • IPA[ˈmeɪdʒə]

    英式

    • adj.
      important, serious, or significant:
    • the use of drugs is a major problem
    • n.
      a rank of officer in the army and the US air force, above captain and below lieutenant colonel.
    • v.
      specialize in (a particular subject) at college or university:
    • I was trying to decide if I should major in drama or English

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  2. 知識+

    • 什麼是majoring?

      major vi. 主修;專攻[(+in)] 例句: I majored in American literature. 我主修美國文學. 現在式 : major 現在分詞 : majoring 過去式 : majored 過去分詞 : majored

    • 有關major in 的問題

      1. I am majored in physics. (改) 2. I major in physics. 3. My major... major is in physics. Physics is my major Physics is what I am majored in. Physics...

    • major in 的 英文

      Major 可以當成是動詞或名詞: I majored in Chinese and philosophy. (動詞) 我主修過中文和哲學。 My major was Chinese and Philosophy. (主詞/名詞) 我的主修是中文...