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  1. mask

    • IPA[mɑːsk]


    • n.
      a covering for all or part of the face, worn as a disguise, or to amuse or frighten others.;a covering worn over the mouth and nose in order to reduce the transmission of infectious agents, or to prevent the inhalation of pollutants and other harmful substances.
    • v.
      cover (the face) with a mask;conceal (something) from view
    • verb: mask, 3rd person present: masks, gerund or present participle: masking, past tense: masked, past participle: masked

    • noun: mask, plural noun: masks

    • 釋義



    • 1. cover (the face) with a mask he had been masked, bound, and abducted
    • 2. conceal (something) from view the poplars masked a factory
    • (of a taste, smell, etc.) prevent the perception of (another sensation) brandy did not completely mask the bitter taste
    • 3. cover (an object or surface) so as to protect it during painting mask off doors and cupboards with sheets of plastic 同義詞 matte, photomask, shadow mask, masking, masking tape